What are Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that an Internet Site might store on your computer or access device. They allow Internet Sites to remember who you are. Typically, your browser will store each cookie as a small text file. A cookie will always contain the domain name of the originating Internet Site. For security, only the originating Internet Site has permission to read the cookie.
How Cookies are Used
When you log in to the Internet Site the Company will set a cookie containing a randomly generated unique reference number. This anonymous number allows the Company to identify you. The Company will never store your personal information directly as a cookie. If, as you log in, you tick the checkbox labelled "Remember me", a persistent cookie will be set. Persistent cookies are not deleted when you close your browser and will allow the Internet Site to recognise you on your next visit.
Cookies can be easily deleted or disabled at any time through your browser’s preference menus so please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies. Further information on controlling cookies is available at http://www.aboutcookies.org. Please be aware that if you do choose to disable cookies this site may not operate as expected and you may not be able to access various features.