What's all the fuss about? 

Cookies are small files that are put on your computer by websites as you surf them. These cookies can store lots of information, which can have privacy implications. We like to think all the cookies used on this site are fairly innocuous, but that's for you to judge. 

Anonymous tracking software 

We use Google Analytics, a service provided by Google. This service gathers anonymous data regarding how people use our site and then provide us with visitor statistics, details of page views, etc. We use this data to help optimize our site for those of you that use it. If this makes you feel uncomfortable, you can opt-out of being tracked by Google 

Analytics here. 

We also use CoreMetrics, which is another analytics tool. Again, we use this anonymous data only to help benefit our users. If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can also opt out

here. 

Retargeting 

Once someone has visited our site, we'd like to think that our adverts would be relevant to that person, so we use a cookie that 

 

recognises you while you visit other sites and delivers our adverts to you. Hopefully you prefer this to adverts offering you miracle diet pills or a low-rate personal loan, but if you'd like to opt out you can do so here. 

several widgets that operate on the site - this can be anything from Twitter buttons to the software that powers blog comments. Collectively they make our website more interesting, but most of them use cookies as part of their operation. Here is a list of the third-parties tracking data on our site via cookies: 

YouTube Vimeo GooglePlus Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest 

We are working to find out exactly what each of these widget does, but we are pretty confident that they all collect data anonymously unless you are already logged- in to their service. 

What if you don't want any cookies? 

While would love to offer a cookie-free version of our site, we are a small company and simply don't have the resources to 

To deliver a content-rich site, and one that