Cookies Policy

Occasionally we may use cookies in order to provide content and/or services in customised form. A cookie is a small data file which may sent by a website to the user’s browser.

That file may be stored on users’ hard disks so that when they return to our website they can be recognised. Users may always specify in their browser preferences that they wish to receive a warning before accepting any cookies.

The data stored in each cookie is as follows: the data and time of the user’s last visit to our website and the language selected; the content design selected during the user’s first visit to our website; and the security elements involved in the control of access to restricted areas.

This website uses the following cookies:

Name of the cookie Purpose Entity responsible Permanence time activated
PHPSESSID This cookie is used by the PHP encryption language to allow the SESSION variables to be saved on the web server. This cookie does not store personal information of the user. WordPress Session
_gid Analytics: User journey. Google 24 hours.
_ga Analytics: Visitor identification. Google 2 years.
_gat Analytics: Throttling request rate. Google 10 minutes
cookie_notice_accepted This cookie reminds you if the cookie warning message has been accepted to stop displaying it during the time it is active. Plugin Expires in a month
wordpress_test_cookie This cookie is used for the WordPress content manager to check if the browser has cookies enabled. WP+Cookie+check Session

We also use Google Maps cookies to display geographical location. These cookies are managed entirely by Google.

You can set up your browser to reject the storage of cookies on your computer.

You can find information on how to disable cookies in each browser using the following links: