A cookie is a small text file passed to your
computer, mobile phone or other device, through your web browser, so the
website remembers who you are when you return.
We uses Google Analytics to track how this
people use this website. For example, which country the user is from, and which
pages you visit while on the website.
We use this information in several ways. For
example, we look at how our website is being used so we can assess how well it
is working and to help us make decisions about how to improve it. We also use
this information to help us decide whether there are other information
resources we could develop to meet the needs of people visiting the website.
We are also regularly required to account to
our funders and donors on how money is being spent, for example to report on
how many people are accessing relevant pages of the website.
Cookies are also useful to give you a more
personalised web service. For example, if you want to buy a product from us and
you add a product to your shopping basket, we use a cookie to remember what
products you are purchasing. This means that when you move to another page, the
product will stay in your basket.
If you do not wish to have cookies stored on
let you know when you get a new cookie. You need to refer to your internet
browser's instructions by clicking on the 'Help' menu. Refusing cookies,
however, can restrict your use of websites. To enjoy the website to the full we
recommend you leave cookies switched on.