Effective 25 May 2018.
Please read this document carefully before proceeding to understand what use of our website Cookies will mean to you and your Personal Data (as defined by the GDPR).
4. Data We May Collect
In running and maintain the site we may collect certain information about you through Cookies such as; your IP address, web logs, session data, browser signature, performance and monitoring data, traffic data, locational data, and other information passed via HTTPS automatically by your browser.
This data provides us with information like, the web browser you are using, the type of computer, your location, your internet provider, further information around your browser and location, your browsing history with us and actions you have performed on our website in previous visits and other general information about your browsing habits.
5. Use of Your Cookie Information
We use the information collected via Cookies for the purposes of offering you a tailored website experience, this will improve the load speeds and usability of our website while keeping your information secure as it is stored on your computer and passed to us with a secure HTTPS encrypted connection.
Cookies are also used to monitor performance of our website by analytics with Google, this can result in them also collecting data about your session and will be sent directly to them.
We do not share any of this information with any other companies to be used by any other companies and will only be used by us as a tool for monitoring the type of users we receive and their experience on our website.