Two types of cookie
There are two types of cookie: permanent and temporary. The latter are also called session cookies. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer or mobile device until they are deleted – by you or by the server that sent them. Temporary cookies are stored for a short time to facilitate your visit to the website, and disappear when you close the browser.
Here is a list of major cookies that we use
Google Analytics (Find out more here)
Cookie Expiry time Description
_ga 2 years Used to identify visitors.
_gid 24 hours Used to identify visitors.
_gat 1 minute Used to throttle page calls.
pll_language 1 year Used to control the language.
If you do not want to store cookies
If you previously consented to us using cookies for your visit but then change your mind and do not want to allow cookies, you can set your browser to display a warning every time a website wants to place a cookie on your device. You can also choose to block the storage of cookies altogether. You can find out how to do this from the Help function in your browser. In your settings, you can block all cookies, but you can also opt to accept only first-party cookies or to delete all cookies when you close your browser. Remember that some essential cookies will be needed if you want to go on using our website and our services.