Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Cookies on our website


Cookies are small files which websites store on your computer and which contain various types of information about your visit to a website. They are not viruses or malicious software but they are generally aimed at providing you with a good experience when browsing a site by, for example, remembering your preferences so that you do not need to reset them every time you visit the website.

Cookies can record information about how you browse the internet. They can, therefore, be used by websites to advertise goods and services which, based on your browsing history, are similar to goods and services which you have previously searched online. This is why some users reject or delete cookies.

Cookies normally expire after a length of time which can vary from a few minutes to more than a year. Some cookies are ‘session cookies’ which are deleted when you close your internet browser or after a period of inactivity. Others are ‘persistent cookies’ which remain on your computer until their expiration date.

We do not store cookies on your computer without your consent unless they have the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of communications or they are strictly necessary for providing an online service.

You may restrict or block cookies which are set by any website through your browser settings. Your browser settings also allow you to clear your browsing history and delete cookies. Information about how you can do this can be found on this link Mobile devices may have their own settings and you need to refer to the manual of the device.

Please note that restricting or disabling cookies may impact the functioning of parts of our website.

Our website uses the following cookies:

  1. ASP.Net and Umbraco CMS cookies as follows:

These are cookies generated by the content management system called Umbraco.






  1. Google Analytics cookies as follows:

These are cookies generated by google for tracking your activities across the site.



  1. Cookies consent status:


  1. Facebook Pixel

This is a cookie generated by facebook for tracking your activities across the site.


Your rights as a data subject

As a data subject, you have rights in relation to your personal data processed by us. We will respond to, and fulfill, all valid requests as soon as possible, and at the latest within one calendar month unless we can legally extend the timescale. This can be extended by up to two months in some circumstances. 

You have the right to:

  • be informed about how and why your personal data is processed, including the information we provide through this Privacy Notice;
  • ask for copies of the personal data we hold about you, which is sometimes known as making a Data Subject Access Request, or DSAR or SAR;
  • ask for any inaccuracies in your personal data to be corrected;
  • ask to have some, or all, of your personal data erased, also known as the right to be forgotten, and we will erase your data on request where we have no lawful reason for retaining it;
  • ask us to restrict our processing of your personal data, in some circumstances, which means you can ask us to stop using it but not erase it;
  • object to your personal data being processed in some circumstances (see below for more details);
  • have personal data that you have provided to us provided back to you in a format which can easily be transferred to another party, where the data is being processed based on your consent or for a contract, and is being processed by electronic means; and
  • the right not to be subjected to a fully automated decision-making process (i.e. a system-generated decision without any human input), where the outcome has a legal or similarly significant effect on the individual concerned.

Your right to object to processing

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data when the purpose of the processing is to deliver direct marketing to you, and we will always stop the processing as soon as possible.

You have the right to object where the legal basis for the processing is that it is necessary for a task in the public interest or the exercise of official authority, or if the processing is necessary for our legitimate interests or another party’s legitimate interests.

If you object to processing for these purposes we will ask you for your specific reasons for objecting, which should be based upon your particular situation. In these cases, we will carefully consider your objection and let you know if we are going to fulfill your request.

Please be aware that we can refuse a request if we can demonstrate compelling legitimate reasons for the processing, which, on balance, override your interests, rights, and freedoms, or if the processing is for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims.

Withdrawing consent

If we are relying on your consent to process your data, you may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.

Complaints to the Information Commissioner

You have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) about the way in which we process your personal data. You can make a complaint on the ICO’s website

Exercising your rights, queries, and complaints

If you wish to exercise any of your rights, please contact us in the usual way, including telephone or email. You may want to contact our appointed Data Protection Officer directly by emailing at or calling 0300 777 7777, who can provide more information on your rights, or help if you have any complaints or queries.

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