Cookies” are small text files used by most websites. These files are transferred to the “cookie file” of the web browser on your computer, tablet or mobile, which enables the website to remember who you are. This means the website can store things like your username, password, preferences and remember what’s in your shopping basket, even if you leave the page.
Cookies do not collect information that could personally identify you and will not harm your computer, but generally help websites run smoothly and many useful features work properly.
You can choose to block, delete or accept cookies through your browser settings, but remember if you do so some parts of our website may not appear properly.
This guide is provided as part of our initiative to comply with recent legislation and help you make informed choices.