What are Cookies?
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How we use your information
|We use session cookies to record non-sensitive information about your visit to our website and how you navigate your way around this so that you are able to return to previous pages or sections of a page you may have scrolled to. The information we record through this cookie can NOT be used to identify you personally and once your visit to our website has ended, this is automatically erased.|
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|We make use of Google Analytics, a third party tool which allows us to understand where our visitors are originating from (Google, Facebook, Email, etc) and to also understand how our visitors interact with different sections of our website (return visits, pages viewed, time spent on the site, buttons clicked, forms completed, etc). The information collected through these cookies is only used to draw conclusions based on number counts and can NOT be used to identify you personally. They will only remain active on your computer for a maximum of 90 days, after which period this is automatically erased. Read Google’s overview of privacy and safeguarding data|
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