Last updated March 2023
Cookies that are set by us are considered “first party cookies” and only we can read or access these cookies. Cookies that are set by other services to enable third party features or functionality (such as video hosting or advertising analytics) are “third party cookies” and can be read by any website that uses the same third party services as our website.
Please review the below table for more information about the types of cookies we use. For more information about individual cookies, please refer to our cookie preference tool. You can open this at any time by clicking the floating cookie icon or cookie preference link at the bottom of our web pages (whichever is visible to you at the time).
You can enable or disable our website’s non-essential cookies when you first visit our website (through the cookie banner) or through our cookie preference tool, which you can access by clicking the floating cookie icon or cookie preference link at the bottom of our webpages (whichever is visible to you at the time). We will apply your cookie preferences across all of our websites.
If marketing cookies are disabled, you may still see our adverts on other websites but they won’t be tailored to you. Most advertising networks also provide a way for you to opt out of targeted advertising; if you would like to find out more information, please visit:
You can also change your web browser's settings or use extensions to accept or refuse all website cookies, but your access to some functionality and areas of our website may be limited. Please visit your browser or extension support website for more information.
Email analytics cookies will only work if your email app is configured to download images. To block these cookies, you can search how to disable external images or remote content with your email app (settings will differ between provider and operating system).
If you have any questions in relation to this policy, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org