Information about cookies
To make this site work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. Most big websites do this too.
A cookie (a string of letters and numbers) is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) and helps us to improve how our website works.
Visit AboutCookies.org for more information about cookies and how they affect your browsing experience.
These cookies let you move around the website and use the essential features, including the protected areas of the website. Without these cookies, certain features, such as filling out contact forms, would no longer be available.
In order to gather information about the people who use our website, how many pages they open, where our users are from, which are the most visited pages and if there are any errors which occur, our website uses performance cookies. The information collected is anonymous and therefore could not identify you. These performance cookies are for the sole purpose of improving the way the website works.
These cookies are used to provide services or to remember settings to improve your visit (such as name, or area you are from) and are used to provide a more personalised experience. They can be used to remember settings you have applied such as layout, text size, preferences and colours. They can also be used to provide other services you have requested, such as watching a video or comments on a blog. The information collected from these cookies can be made anonymous and will not be used to monitor your activity on other websites. Accepting these cookies is a condition of the website. At the moment we do not use them but, but we reserve the right to use them in the future.
Third Party cookies
Third party cookies link to social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus as well as embeds from YouTube or Instagram, who may subsequently use information about your visit so that they can present you with adverts that you may be interested in when you return to our website or visit other third party websites. We do not have any agreement with these third parties and we are not able to see how they use the data. For further information you can consult the relative privacy policies:
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These cookies can be used to personalise the information that is presented to you when you revisit our website and show you advertising information that you may be interested in. They can deliver content and marketing information tailored to your interests based on information from your visit. These cookies can also avoid you having to see adverts you have already seen. Currently we do not use them but we reserve the right to use them in the future.