Our websites, and use cookies and other devices hereafter referred to as ‘cookies’.  Cookies are also used by other third parties that we use such a Facebook and PayPal.  This short brief outlines the cookies that we use.  We are none commercial and both our sites are intended for research and education purposes only.

See our Privacy Policy.


There are a least three types of  instrument monitoring users routinely:

Cookies – a small file stored on your browser that improves your experience.  This information may be sent to out server or relevant third parties for later visits by you to our site. Cookies themselves come in three main typed:

  • Social Media Buttons, such as Likes on Facebook.
  • Functional and technical which are primarily used to log personal preferences and improve the way the web site interacts with you e.g. WordPress and Facebook.
  • Marketing and Tracking cookies used by organisations such as Google Maps and YouTube.

Scripts – that are programme codes that make the websites function correctly.

Web Beacon (Pixel Tag) used to monitor traffic on the web site.



A pop up will appear when you first come to the web site and your consent will be sought.  You are able to disable the use of cookies in your own browser, but in some cases the web site may no longer work properly.  You will have to set the appropriate settings in your web browser if you do not want cookies or only specific cookies. The HELP section in your browser will provide additional information.

Under the UK DPR you have the following rights as an individual:

  1. The right to be informed
  2. The right of access
  3. The right to rectification
  4. The right to erasure
  5. The right to restrict processing
  6. The right to data portability
  7. The right to object
  8. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

For further information see

Contact Details

The person responsible for this web site is John Cartwright who can be contact on