Cookies are small text files we put in your browser to help us to track usage of our site. They don’t tell us who you are. They also help you to interact with features on our site, such as when you view certain embedded videos, or use our online donations system. Some cookies stay on your browser for a long time, some just for the duration that you visit us in one browsing session. You can find more information on which cookies we use in our privacy policy.

If you allow us to use cookies, then when we analyse how people use our site, your usage is taken into account, though the cookies don’t tell us who you are. This information helps us to make sure our site is as useful to you as possible.

You have full control over whether cookies are allowed and used or not. You can delete any cookies that are already on your computer. More information about how to do this can be found on

If you choose not to allow us to use cookies, or choose to delete or disable any of our cookies, then we will not be able to take your usage into account when we analyse the usage of our website, and you may not be able to access all the features of our site, eg to view some of our video content, or use our online donation system. You will still be able to enjoy the rest of our website exactly as normal!

If you want to find out more about how we use the information we store on you see our privacy policy.