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Cookies used by this website
Information: 3rd party cookies are issued by external websites of services and features that we use. For example we use Zoipm for our live chat feature so the cookies will come from them.
Advertising - The companies we use to display advertising will leave cookies on your system. They are used for statistical and tracking reasons and don't identify you. For example they measure how many times you have seen an advert or if you have clicked on it. You can read more about this type of advertising on the Your Choices website. These are 3rd party cookies.
Analytics - Cookies will follow you around this website giving us statistics on your visit. It helps us to know how many visitors we have, how many pages they view and also things like what operating system they use. This is important to us so we can update our website to meet the needs of our visitors. At no point do we know who you are. These are 3rd party cookies.
To find out more about cookies and to find out how to stop your browser saving them, visit the 'About Cookies' website.