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A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer when you visit a website.

Cookies are used to improve the services our web site provides e.g.

  • to remember options you selected when using features such as the Met Office weather "widget"
  • to measure anonymous usage so that we can improve the way the site works for you

We use some cookies to transfer information about your use of our site to third parties e.g. Google so that they can provide us with statistics on how our website is used. We do not use cookies or the statistical data to identify you personally.

Please note that some features or services on our website may not function properly without using cookies.

You can choose to delete cookies, or stop cookies being stored on your computer in the future. To manage cookies yourself and to find more information about them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.

You can also refer to your browser's instructions by clicking 'help' in the browser menu to learn more about managing cookies on your device.

This website does not store cookies directly itself. However, third party components used by this website to provide functionality do use cookies. The following lists those third parties, together with a link to their own statements on their use of cookies.

  • The Met Office provides the weather "widget" used on this site. Information on their use of cookies can be found here.
  • Google analytics is used to track website usage. This tracking is anonymous and does not identify you specifically. Google's use of cookies for this purpose is documented here.
  • Streetmap is used to provide maps based on OS coordinates. Streetmap's policy on cookies can be found here.

The website also contains information links to third party sites which are outside of our control. If you access such third party sites using the links provided, the operators of those third party sites may collect information from you which will be used by them in accordance with their own privacy policies. Your use of the third party sites will therefore be governed by the privacy policies of those sites.

Our privacy policy can be found here.

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Last updated on by John Haddock.