What Are Cookies

Like almost all professional websites, this website uses cookies which are tiny files that are downloaded onto ‘terminal equipment’ (e.g a computer or smartphone) when users access a website.

A cookie helps a website to identify user’s device and save some data about the user’s preferences or past actions. This is aimed at improving the user's experience.
Cookies are plain text files that can not infect your computer with any virus. They can’t scan your computer for personal data either.
This page describes what information they gather, why and how we use them. We also inform you how you can prevent these cookies from being stored.

Why do we use cookies?
Our website uses cookies to:

  1. make our site work effectively

  2. collect anonymous data on how users browse our website and thereby suggest how we can improve the site.

  3. allow our website contents to be shared on social media networks.
    Please note that we do not use cookies to collect identifiable personal data.


How do we use cookies?
We respect our website visitors' privacy so much and assure them there is no cause for any worry concerning cookies. Some users of our site may, however, regard a couple of these cookies as nosy.

The following are outline of what cookies we use and why, in order to help you make an informed choice.


First-party cookies
These are cookies set by ourselves or the software running on our website.  A part of these are to get understanding into how visitors get in contact with our site, and which pages they see, to empower us to improve our service.

Others are fundamental for smoth running of particular parts of the website and may continue going for the period of your browser session.

Third-party cookies
We make use of third-party service providers whose plugins we use to support the smooth running of this website. These plugins may use cookies created by the third-party service provider. Despite the fact that we have embeded these services on our website, we do not have control over the cookies set by these services.

Since they are outside our control, the detail of these cookies may change any time, so we have recorded some data and connections about the particular third party to enable you to discover more.

Google Maps:
We use this on our contact page to help visitors know our location on the map.
View the Google Privacy Policy.

How to prevent the use of cookies
Unless you change your browser settings, majority of internet browsers automatically accept cookies.

If you want to restrict, block or delete these cookies, check your browser setting to change your preferences.  It is noteworthy that if you block all cookies you may not be able to access some if not all parts of our website.


To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit http://www.aboutcookies.org.uk


Last updated 24 May 2018