Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer’s hard drive by websites you visit to enable the site to ’remember’ who you are. In general, cookies are only visible to the site that serves them, not to other websites.
We use the cookies on this website to ‘remember’ information (for example when you fill in an enquiry form) so that it can be passed from page to page, and to collect site statistics.


Cookies used on our site do NOT store any information that identifies you personally, such as your name or address.
Our website provider,, uses ‘persistent cookies’ which allocate a unique ID number to track your sessions. Persistent cookies remain on your hard disk until you delete them. These cookies originate from the web server hosting our site, so these are ‘first party cookies’.


We use the Google Analytics tool (see to collect site statistics. Google Analytics uses persistent cookies to track data. These cookies do not collect any personally identifiable information and are only used for the statistical collection of data such as number of visits and page hits. Google Analytics’ cookies store IP addresses but we cannot link those addresses to any individual or path taken through our website. Google uses the cookies to read information and evaluate visitors’ use of the website in the form of statistical reports.


You can stop being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites by going to Google’s site at: