What you should know about the information on this site
This website is operated by a group of passionate volunteers.
As such, despite our best efforts, it is possible that some information on this website may be out of date.
As a result:
The operators of this website cannot take any responsibility for the consequences of errors or omissions.
Any reliance you place on information found on this site or linked to on other websites will be at your own risk.
The operators of this website, its agents and employees, are not liable for any losses or damages arising from your use of this site.
What you should know about the other sites we link to
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We make every effort to check and test this website during production. However, we would advise you to run an anti-virus program on anything you download from the Internet. We cannot accept any responsibility for any damage to your computer system or loss of data caused by using this website.
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A ‘cookie’ is a small text file that is placed on a user’s computer hard drive by a website. There are several types of cookie and the most common are often referred to as ‘session’ cookies. These are used to keep track of information needed by a user as they travel from page to page within a website. These cookies have a short lifetime and expire within a few minutes of the user leaving the site.
We use benign, short lived ‘session’ cookies and ‘first party’ cookies to tell whether a website user has logged-in and where to find details that can be used to pre-fill parts of on-line forms. They are also used to track anonymously which areas of the site are popular and which are not used. This allows us to target carefully our website resources.
Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive)
(Amendment) Regulations 2011