The use of cookies

A cookie is a small data file that a website transfers to a user's hard disk when they visit particular websites. A cookie file can contain information such as a user ID that a site requires in order for you to log in to an account (for example). The only personal information a cookie can contain is that which a user willingly supplies. A cookie cannot read data off a hard disk or read cookie files created by other websites. We only use cookies as a means of storing information you have provided via our website, such as the information you enter into our enquiry and download registration forms.

Website statistics

Every device connected to the Internet is allocated an IP Address (e.g. When a visitor requests to view a page on this (or any) website, the web server automatically logs the request. Very little information is actually logged. Typically this information includes the following data:

  • Your IP address (e.g.
  • The web address of the site you came from (e.g. Google, Yahoo etc.)
  • The Operating System that you are using (e.g. Windows XP or Mac OS X)
  • The web browser you are using (e.g. Internet Explorer 7.0, Firefox, Safari etc)

There is nothing special about this information, and the practice of logging this data is standard practice on the Internet today. We simply analyse this data so we can ensure maximum compatibility for the various Web Browsers and Operating Systems that visitors use whilst browsing our site.

Any changes to this Cookies Policy will be posted on this page so that you are always aware of the information that we collect and how we use it.