Cookies are a small text file that is placed onto your computer or mobile device each time you visit different websites, and as mentioned up above when you visit this website our server will place one on the device you are visiting this website using.
If you have previously visited this website, then our server will update the cookie with a new one.
There is nothing to fear from Cookies, as the reasons why most website utilize them are to ensure they can keep you updated with the information you are seeking.
Cookies in no way shape or form will identify you personally, but they do allow us to see which parts of the website are getting the most visits from website visitors and will allow us to concentrate our efforts of providing the content our website users are seeking.
In a nutshell Cookies are there for monitoring purposes, and if at a later date we allow you to post messages, reviews or feedback on any of our articles, reviews and guides cookies do come in very handy to allow our servers to recognise you as someone who has signed up to leave such comments and/or feedback and make signing into your account much easier.
You can of course refuse to accept cookies from our server, and that is your right, however just be aware that if you refuse to accept cookies from our server then some parts of this website may not operate in the way they have bene designed.
If at any time in the future you wish to remove any cookie our server has placed onto your device you are free to do so, but be aware that any subsequent visit you make to this website will see our server placing a new cookie onto your device, unless you have specifically set your device not to accept them.
As for how you can remove a cookie placed onto your device by our server or for that matter from the servers of any other website, well it will all be dependent on the type of device you have used and just which web browser you have chosen to use to visit the website.
You will be best advised to follow the instructions given by clicking onto that web browser and then clicking on the option settings and then scrolling down to the cookies section of privacy section, as currently there is no standard way to remove cookies.
You can rest assured though we are only using cookies throughout this website to ensure that you have an enjoyable website visiting experience, and the non-personal information we gather from those cookies will and do allow us to ensure our website is one on which you will find all of the information you are seeking in a straight forward and hassle free type of way.
If at any time in the future we update this Cookies Policy we will timestamp those changes below, so please do ensure that you check this section of the website regularly to see if this Cookies Policy has changed on any subsequent visit to this website you go on to make.
Cookies Policy Last Updated on the 18th of October 2020.