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Cookies used on our websites
This site makes use of the Vimeo video hosting service which uses the following cookies:
`__utma`, `__utmb`, `__utmc`, `__utmt_player`,`__utmz`, Google Analytics tracking code for embedded Vimeo player
`vuid` Vimeo Analytics tracking id
Our sites often use the YouTube video hosting service which makes use of the following cookies:
`PREF`, `VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE`, `YSC` Used to track user activity and optimise delivery of video services.
All our sites use Google Analytics to give us anonymous information about how visitors use our websites and deliver maps on some sites. No personal information is collected. The cookies `_ga`, `_gid` - track anonymous user behaviour across the site.
Content Management Systems (CMS)
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We may use services such as Google Ads, Bing Ads, Facebook, Twitter and re-marketing / retargeting to advertise our services across the internet. These services use code on our website and cookies from the advertising platform to allow them to anonymously know when a visitor has visited our websites from an advert and to show visitors our adverts on other websites.
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