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Vimeo: The video content on our website and on some of our social media platforms is housed on Vimeo. Vimeo uses cookies to help us collect data on the number of people viewing our videos, this data cannot be tracked back to you and contains no personal information.

YouTube: YouTube, which is owned by Google, uses cookies to measure the number and behaviour of YouTube users, including information that links your visits to our website with your Google account if you are signed in. We are not able to control the cookies set by Google, however there is information about how you can manage these cookies here. Information about your use of our website, including your IP address, may be transmitted to Google and stored on their servers. This cookie does not identify you personally unless you are logged into Google, in which case it is linked to your Google account.

Facebook: We have a Facebook page. Facebook does not use cookies to create a profile of your browsing behaviour on third-party sites or to show you ads, although it may use anonymous or aggregate data to improve ads generally. You can remove or block cookies using the settings in your browser, but in some cases, this may impact your ability to use Facebook. For more information, you can read Facebook’s Cookie Policy at

Twitter: We have a Twitter profile. Twitter may use cookies to better understand how you interact with their services, to monitor aggregate usage by Twitter users and web traffic routing to their services. You can remove or block cookies using the settings in your browser, but in some cases, this may impact your ability to use Twitter. For more information, you can read Twitter’s Privacy Policy at

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