aRCHIVED POLICIES and other information

You can view all our website policies(both past and present) and our terms and conditions here.

Cookies Page

What are cookies?

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. Cookies can be used to store or track data on websites you visit. For example, cookies can store the contents of your shopping basket on online stores.

How we use cookies

third-party tracking cookies

We use these cookies to track and collect anonymous information about peoples use of our website – this data can not be used to identify you as an individual.

This data helps us learn what pages are working and not working on our website – we can then improve our website and make it better for everyone.

Opting Out of Cookies

If you want to opt out of cookies, there are a couple of things you can do…

opt out of all cookies by changing browser settings

Go to the setting menu of your browser tab. Go to the privacy section. Find the part about cookies. Change the cookies option to suit your needs. Below, you’ll find a screenshot of what this cookie opt out section looks like on Google Chrome.

Please be aware — when you opt out of all cookies, you may find that websites behave differently than you are used to (i.e. you might need to log in more often).

google chrome opt out of cookies menu

opt out of specific website cookies

On our website we use the following third-party cookies. Next to each cookie you’ll find an opt out link. Use those links to opt out of these individual cookies.

1. Google Analytics Cookie – opt out here

2. Mouseflow Cookie – opt out here

More about our cookies

Google analytics

We use this software to track website visits and journeys across our website

This information is only processed in a way which does not identify individuals. We do not make, and do not allow Google to make, any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website.

We store this data for 26 months and then it is deleted automatically. We use this data to monitor and improve the website experience of our visitors. For example, if we see that people don’t spend any time on a page, we can improve the content on the page and make it more useful for visitors.

You can learn more about Google Analytics and see their privacy policy here.

You can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking here 


Mouseflow is tracking software. Mouseflow does not record any personal data. This software lets us see website visitors’ behaviour on our website and fix pain points. We use it’s session replays, heatmaps and funnels, to help us make improvements/. We store this data for one month only.

Here’s Mouseflow’s Privacy Policy.

You can opt out of Mouseflow data recording via this link.

Got more questions?

No problem. Contact us here.