A cookie is a text file which contains information relating to your web journey and behaviour. It is stored in your web browser to enable us to personalise your experience the next time you visit our website. Cookies are useful as they can quicken up the web journey for you and can also allow a website to recognise a user’s device. Our tracking cookies collect information about how you browse and use our website, what pages you visit, how you entered the site and where you left it. This data is anonymous and not specific to you yet helps us to make improvements to your web experience by identifying pages where more visitors may be exiting the website or where visitors may be struggling to find necessary information.
Managing your cookies
You will be able to use the Help menu bar on most browsers to get information on how to block or prevent cookies. This will give you information on how to disable cookies altogether, however it should be noted that this may stop some functions on websites.
Accessing your personal information
You are legally entitled to request at any time:
- To view the personal data we hold about you;
- To request that we do not process your personal data in the manner described above;
- To request that we do not share your personal information with any third-party processor in the manner described above;
- To request that we correct or update any information held about you that you do not believe to be accurate; or
- To request that we permanently delete any personal information we hold relating to you.