Cookie Policy

This policy explains how we use cookies on our website.


The first time you use our website, necessary cookies will be placed on your computer, and any third party cookies depending on your browser settings. You are asked to accept either all cookies, select which cookies to accept, or reject all non-necessary cookies.

What are Cookies?

Cookies allow us to deliver services and relevant information to you, in a reliable and easy manner on whatever device you choose to use.

Cookies are small text files put onto your computer or mobile device by a website. In general, cookies are used to retain user preferences, store information for things like shopping baskets, provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics, to analyse how our website is performing, and to allow you to easily grab our website into your social media accounts. Cookies are either per session or persistent. A session cookie will last only for the duration of the browser session. A persistent cookie will last until its expiry date.

Cookies may hold “personal” data. This is data that alone or with other data may be able to identify you. It is for this reason that Cookies come under the General Data Protection Regulations. Where possible, we avoid cookies with personal data wherever possible.

As a rule, cookies will make your browsing experience better. However, you may prefer to disable cookies on this site and on others.

First Part Cookies

First-party cookies are set by the website and belongs to that specific domain, usually to make a user’s experience more appropriate. Many of these are necessary for the function of the website. Third party services may use first party cookies to manage their function, for example Google Analytics.

Third Party Cookies

Third party systems may be used to deliver part of a service, such as the PayPal or similar payment system, a Twitter or Facebook timeline, or a YouTube video embedded in the website. Third party services are usually delivered directly from the provider domain, outside the control of the hosting website.

To deliver their service, these systems may use cookies that are placed on your computer set from their own domain. As these cookies are not under the control of this website our cookie control cannot manage them, you can choose to block third party cookies in your browser settings.

What sort of cookies might we use?

Necessary Cookies: cookies essential to provide a service to you, and cannot be disabled, some examples are:

  • Remembering settings that are essential for the function of the website, including remembering your cookie preferences.
  • Keeping track of where you are in a staged process on the website.
  • If our website uses the Woocommerce shopping cart cookies enable you to retrieve the products in your shopping cart with no need to go through re-choosing all of them again, also track recently viewed products. Woocommerce cookies do not store personal information.

Analytics  and Performance Cookies: We use Google Analytics to analyse how our visitors use our website. This helps us enhance the website to offer more relevant information of use to our clients. We do not collect any personal information.

The following table is a list of the analytics cookies set by our website. Although Google Analytics is a third party service, it is initiated from within our website:

Advertisement Cookies: These help target ads to your preferences.

List of Cookies

The Cookie management system allows control of all but necessary cookies. This is a list of detected cookies, other then the necessary these are either rejected or accepted.

Disabling Cookies in your browser

Disabling and restricting cookies in your browser may impact on the functions provided on our website. For mobile devices, please refer to the information provided for your device. If you disable all cookies (including necessary cookies), certain functions may not work on our website.

Notification of Changes

Changes will be posted on this page.

Your Feedback

If you have any questions about the cookie policy please Contact Us and let us know. Thank you.

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