They’re small text files that sit on your computer. They remember how many times you’ve visited a site, how long you’ve spent browsing, and what you’ve clicked on while you’re there.
We use them to understand how you use the site, and to make things better
Cookies let us see where you spend your time, and work out which bits are working well (or not so well). They also tell us how you’re accessing the site – like the city you’re in, the device you’re using, and your internet browser and operating system.
We use these cookies through Google Analytics.
This information we collect can’t ever be used to identify you
Google Analytics doesn’t collect identifiable information like your name or email address. It does collect your IP address, but it’s collected in an anonymised form – so it couldn’t be used to figure out who you are.
You can turn off cookies if you want to
To stop Google Analytics tracking how you use websites, visit https://cookies.insites.com/disable-cookies/.
This will opt you out of being tracked on any website you visit, not just ours.