Cookie Policy

Understanding Cookies

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Our Cookie Usage

To analyse and store specific details when you interact with our site, we employ a third-party service (Google Analytics). We collect data like your IP address location, visit frequency, pages you browse, visit length, device type, and your interaction with the site. This data is collected anonymously and aids us in enhancing our digital services and user experience.

Your Choices Regarding Cookies

Your approval is required for cookie collection. You have the freedom to reject cookies on this website or from Google Analytics, which won’t hinder your website experience.

You consent to cookie use by clicking the ‘Allow Cookies’ button on our notification banner. To refuse, simply click ‘Decline cookies’. Opting out of Google Analytics means no cookies will be collected, and additional details on this process are available on this page.

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