Our use of Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of information that a site puts on your hard disk or stores in your computer's memory so that it can remember something about you at a later time. It is a mechanism that allows the server to store its own information about a user on the user's own computer. This is because each request for a web page is independent of all other requests, so the web page server has no memory of what pages it has shown you or anything about your previous visits. A cookie records your preferences when using a particular site, ensuring that you are not shown the same information and/or are only shown information you have stated that you are interested in. In order to use the Site you agree to let cookies be saved as they are an important part of navigation of the Site.

We or our third party advertisers may also use cookies to monitor the effectiveness of advertising on the Site.

Cookies used by this site. 

A cookie is used to store your preferences for viewing search results and may contain a unique identifier so that our servers can temporarily record what search terms you used.
We also use the cookie to allow you to log into the MyAccount part of the site, this will store some personal information (First Name, Last Name, Email Address, Home Phone Number) that may be used should you need to fill out an enquiry form. This information is removed when you log out of MyAccount or when your session expires.

Third party cookies used on the site.

Google Analytics a service that generates detailed statistics about our website visitors. Their cookies typically store anonymous information such as whether a visitor has been to the site before, the time of the current visit and what was the referrer site the visitor came from.

AddThis a social bookmarking service, allowing visitors to bookmark an item using a variety of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. They have a comprehensive privacy document at http://www.addthis.com/privacy. They use cookies to store a unique identifier that may be used to collect information about you for online behavioural advertising. You can easily stop AddThis from collecting any information about you for online behavioural advertising by opting out at http://www.addthis.com/privacy/opt-out. This will prevent advertisers from receiving any data that could be used to tailor advertising for you. This will also prevent websites that use AddThis from learning about your interests in order to personalize their content or services for you.