What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your PC or mobile device to help identify you, set your preferences and improve your experience. The cookie can only be retrieved and read by the websites server that has set it. All our cookies only contain anonymous information.
How to stop using cookies.
Adobe flash player cookies:
The Adobe Flash player that we use on this site to provide video and audio to our customers can also store information for it's own settings. These cookies are not controlled by the browser and you should visit this site if you wish to restrict or block them: Managing Adobe settings - Please note that restricting these settings may result in unexpected behaviour of the video and audio players.
Here is a list of the cookies that are set when visiting this site:
Google Analytics Anonymous data used to gather statistics and customer interactions with the site so that we can improve the user experience.
Google AdSense Where applicable we use these cookies to help us better understand the effectiveness of our online campaigns. These cookies are anonymous.
Google DoubleClick Where applicable this cookie is used to display ads within the site. These cookies are anonymous.
Session Cookie A small identifying string that helps us remember what settings you prefer and ensures that you can access your member account safely.
NAS Cookie This Cookie helps us to remember how your arrived at our site and ensure you get the same experience as when you first arrived. It holds anonymous data such as the Ad campaign you may have clicked.
Guest Cookie We use this cookie to continue your same experience from guest to member should you decide to create an account.
External web services.
Sometimes we embed videos, widgets or buttons from sites such as Twitter, Facebook or YouTube. These external sites may choose to set cookies that identify you when you later log into there own site. We do not control these cookies and you should check the relevant site to confirm what cookie data is stored or if you wish to opt-out from them.