Terms used in this article
Cookie - a small text file that is downloaded to your device
Device - your PC, laptop, smartphone, iPod, iPad etc
Browser - the software used on your device to view web pages (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox etc)
Web server - the device that hosts the web site. Your device connects to the web server via the internet.
Our cookies do not contain any personal information.
Cookies are often also used to identify that a user has "signed in" to the site. The cookie does not contain any personal information but it does uniquely identify that you are logged in.
Third party cookies
Blocking or removing cookies
If you feel uncomfortable about websites using cookies you can change the security settings of your browser to restrict how sites put cookies on your device. There are a wide range of browsers and versions so you need to refer to the documentation for your particular browser if you need help with changing your cookie settings.
It is also possible to delete cookies from your device. You can delete one, some or all cookies from your device. The precise set of steps for removing cookies varies depending on which browser you are using. Please refer to the documentation for your particular browser if you need help with deleting cookies on your device.