What are “cookies”?

Simply, cookies help websites distinguish individual browsers from each other. Cookies are small pieces of data which are stored for a website by your browser. Every time it loads a page your browser will send that page back the cookies it had set previously. This allows a website to connect your interactions together.

Cookies can’t be shared between websites, and each site can only read and update the cookies it set itself. However when you visit our a single website your browser may connect to others, and each of these may set cookies of their own. You can find out more about the cookies set when you visit our websites.

A cookie cannot give anyone access to your computer and doesn’t mean we’re collecting new information from you. If you want more information about cookies, you can get further details on allaboutcookies.org.

Some third parties we work with and link to via this website will have their own cookie policy and may ask you to set your cookie preferences with them.

What cookies do we set?

The types of cookies we use are divided into four categories:

Necessary cookies: These cookies let you move around our websites and use all their options. Without them the website would not work as it should.

Statistics cookies:  These help us improve the way our website works to give improved performance. They tell us how each page is used, which ones are most commonly viewed and whether any errors are reported.

Marketing cookies:  These cookies help make sure adverts you see on your browser are relevant and useful to you because the cookie has detected what you’re looking for.

When you visit our webpages through enservio.com the following domains may set cookies to track the performance of our social media and paid advertising. You can find out more about their policies by clicking on their name

facebook.com — Facebook

twitter.com (and t.co) — Twitter

google.com — Google

We rely on the tools from the following partners for analytics and performance:

Google Analytics — find out more here

To find out more about how we protect your privacy when using our website, see our Privacy Statement.