Cookies normally contain the name of the website that the cookie comes from, state how long the cookie will be saved for, and a value, normally a randomly generated unique number. Some cookies are deleted as soon as you close your web browser (session cookies), other cookies are saved and help us to identify you as a visitor to our website (persistent cookies).
We use first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are cookies that are created by the website itself, so that you can use the website more efficiently. Third-party cookies are created by others. The third-party cookies on our website come from Google and WordPress.
We use Google Analytics software to better understand how you use our website. This software can create a series of cookies to collect information and report anonymous statistics about the website. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is the _ga cookie.
We also use the following types of cookies:
– Analytics and performance cookies. We use these to analyse web traffic, look at the number of visitors to our website, and see how visitors use our website. We use the following cookies for this: ‘_ga’, ‘_gat’ and ‘_gid’ from Google.
– Functional cookies. These cookies save the choices you make on our website to make it more user-friendly. We use the following functional cookie for this: ‘_Icl_current_language’ from WPML for WordPress.
– Targeted cookies. These cookies collect information about the pages you visit and the links you click, so that online advertisements can be matched to your interests.
You can block or delete cookies at any time via your web browser’s settings. Blocking cookies can affect our service to you and your use of our website. Deleting cookies can mean you have to re-enter your preferences on a subsequent visit to our website. For more information about blocking and deleting cookies, please see your software provider’s documentation, such Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.