Cookies and EU Law

On 26th of May 2012 the enforcement of the EU Law on Cookies has begun in the UK.

In summary, the law requires all website owners to:

Provide prominent information for their visitors as to what cookies are being used on the website and what they do ‘Obtain visitors’ consent to cookies being set on their devices.
Quoted from the ‘ICO Cookies Guidance’ v.3 May 2012


Cookies are small text files that are stored on the visitor’s device (examples of devices used to access the internet: computers, mobile telephones, iPads, etc). Today they make an integral part of the internet experience, providing convenience and ease of use for the internet users.

Cookies on this website are used to provide the best visitor experience possible without collecting any personal or identifiable information about you. We use them to monitor how our website is used and what content and pages are popular so we can provide services and information that better suit our customers. The types of cookies on this website are session cookies (set to expire when you close your browser) and cookies with expiration dates.

We do not track you across other websites and do not allow other websites to track our visitors and your data is never collected.


Information provided by account holders on this website is held in confidence and is never shared, rented or sold to third parties.

Your Consent

By clicking on any links on this website, reading the content (other than this page) or using this website in any way, you give your consent for the use of cookies.
The consent for the use of cookies on this website is only needed on the first visit, from any one given device. If you change your mind, and wish to prevent cookies being stored, cookie settings can be changed in the browser options menu.