How we use cookies on this website

How we use cookies

Cookies are only used on this website to improve your browsing experience. We do not use cookies to collect personal information about you. If you wish to block or restrict cookies set by this or any other website you can do so through your web browser's settings. The "Help" function (often in the main menu options at the top of your browser screen, and usually accessible by pressing the F1 key in Windows) should tell you how to do so.

For more information about cookies, visit This is a website provided by law firm Pinsent Masons as a web user's guide to understanding and controlling cookies.

Please note that restricting cookies may impact on the functionality of this website.

Cookies we set

Below is a list of the cookies set by this website and a description of the purpose of each.

  • ARPT: We use multiple servers to host our website and content. In order to provide you with a consistent browsing experience we use this cookie to help us direct your browser to the same server each time you visit a page.
  • PHPSESSID: Each visitor to our website is assigned a unique visitor ID which lets us anonymously identify a computer for the duration of their visit to our website. This allows us to provide you with additional benefits such as vouchers for signing up to our mailing list.
    This cookie will be destroyed every time you close your browser.

Cookies set by third parties

Below is a list of the cookies set by other websites for the purposes of providing you with an enhanced experience by utilising their services.

  • Facebook Some of our pages use Facebook sharing buttons or fanboxes. Facebook may set a number of cookies to store your login state, preferences or other information.
    For more information on what cookies Facebook uses, please refer to Facebook's Data Use Policy
  • Google Analytics: We use a web analytics service called Google Analytics to help us identify how our customers use our website, what they like and to see where improvements can be made.
    Google stores the information collected by the cookie on servers in the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if they are required to do so by law or if the third party processes information on Google's behalf. The information collected is aggregated and anonymised. Google does not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
    For more information on how Google uses cookies, please refer to their privacy policy.
  • Google Maps: Some of our pages include interactive maps provided by Google. Google may set cookies to store information and preferences about maps or other associated Google services on pages where we embed Google maps.
    For more information on how Google uses cookies, please refer to their privacy policy.

Contact us for more information

If you have any questions about how our website uses cookies, please complete our customer feedback form and one of our team will get back to you.

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