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Please note that the cookies we use cannot harm your computer and we will not store any private or personally identifiable information. We cannot read cookies that other websites have set, nor can those websites read our cookies.
|Session ID||Automatically created by our web server as a functional tool. This cookie holds no personal information.||Until the browser is closed|
|Google Analytics||Allows us to record your path through the website and recognise you as a returning visitor at a future time. This information is used in conjunction with anonymous data gathered from other visitors and helps us to determine overall browser trends. We do not analyse the browsing habits of individuals.||Up to two years*|
* Lifespan may vary
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