Site Feedback

If you have any comments or suggestions about the School's websites or need to contact the webmaster please send an email to Jonathan Peake at jonathan@metfilm.co.uk

Terms & Conditions - Accredited Courses

TERMS & CONDITIONS - ACCREDITED COURSES

1.    INTRODUCTION

 

1.1    We are Met Film School Limited (“the Met” or “we” or “us”). We provide film education courses and related products and services. Our registered office is at Building A, Ealing Studios, Ealing, London, W5 5EP, United Kingdom. Our company number is 06723644.

 

1.2    You can contact us using the contact details provided on our website at www.metfilmschool.co.uk.

 

1.3    We reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions without notice. Our latest terms and conditions are on our website.

 

1.4    Your use of our website, your booking or purchase of a course and or related products and services signifies your agreement to these terms and conditions. They constitute a contract between you and us. If you are a consumer your statutory rights are not affected by this agreement

 

1.5    We are entitled to rely on your booking and initial payment in good faith that you will make all future required payments for a booked course.

 

 

2.    PURCHASE OF COURSES OR RELATED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES


2.1    These terms and conditions apply to the purchase, booking or use of any course or related products or services provided by the Met.


2.2    Information about courses and related products and services (including price) is subject to change without notice.


2.3    The content of our courses is subject to change without notice.

 

3.    PERSONAL DATA

 

3.1    Personal information collected from you is subject to our privacy policy, a copy of which can be found on our website.

 


4.    COURSE BOOKING AND PAYMENT TERMS

 

4.1    You acknowledge that on booking a place on a course we are entitled to do all that we deem necessary to plan for your participation on the course. You also acknowledge that this may extend to acquiring additional equipment, securing, and even restructuring the delivery of the course to accommodate your placement. Accordingly you agree that the Cancellation Policies included in these terms and conditions are both fair and reasonable and as far as you are aware reflect the circumstances at the time of booking.

 

4.2    With respect to degree courses, we both acknowledge that you are aspiring to a degree from us and that no other party which provides similar degrees will be considered an adequate substitute. If you are applying for the degree and you are 20 or under, you are required to provide copies of your academic transcripts.

 

4.3    If you are a student from outside the European Union, you must undertake to ensure that you have the appropriate visa which grants you permission to study in the UK. You also agree to provide us within 7 days of arriving within the UK to attend the start of the course (or if later as soon as possible prior to the start of the course), a copy of your completed police registration form. Failure to do this may result in your inability to attend the course. If you are a non-native speaker of English you must also provide us with a copy of your TOEFL or IELTS certificate.

 

4.4    For all our programmes, a 20% deposit must be paid at the time of booking to secure your place, with 50% of the remaining balance due 1 month after booking and the final balance must be paid no later than 6 weeks prior to the start of the course. Payment is deemed to have happened when we have received cleared funds.

 

4.5    The full balance of the second year of a 2-year course is due by the end of June prior to the start of the first module in the second year for a September/October start and by the end of October prior to the start of the first module in the second year for a January/February course start.

 

 

5.    PRICING

 

5.1    We review our pricing annually and any changes will be published thereafter and become effective from the following July.

 

5.2    Course price are inclusive of value added tax to the extent that the course attracts value added tax.

 

5.3    We will try to ensure that you receive a place on a course for which you have booked and paid the appropriate fee in full. However we cannot guarantee your place on any course and in the unlikely event that we are unable to provide you with a place on a course for which you have paid a fee we will give you the option of a refund of the fee paid to date, or a place on another course or a place on a future running of the course as far as reasonably possible.

 

5.4    Should you decide that you do not wish to attend the second year of a two-year course, you will not be liable for the second year payment so long as you confirm to us prior to the scheduled payment date above. Notification of your intention not to attend after this date, other than for reason of a failure to achieve the necessary performance as assessed by your Met Film School mentor, will result in the fee being due as if you had booked a place on the first year of a two year course on the scheduled payment date.

 

5.5    Payments by credit cards will attract a 3.5% additional administrative card fee on the amount to be paid. Payments by debit card will not attract a card fee.

 

5.6    Our fees are exclusive on any money transfer charges or exchange rate deductions. Should we suffer any loss from transaction charges, exchange rate variations or other deductions we reserve the right to charge you immediately for these sums.

 

5.7    Late payments, including those resulting from deductions under clause 5.6, will automatically incur a 5% additional fee to cover our increased administrative costs, subject to a minimum administrative cost of £250.

 

 

6.    CANCELLATION POLICIES

 

6.1    We reserve the right to cancel any course at any time up to and including the start date of the course. Should this occur we will endeavour to give you at least 7 day’s notice and to give you the option of a place on another course or a refund of your full fee or a place on a future running of the course.

 

6.2    You may cancel your place for a refund, less any external costs incurred and the 20% deposit, on all courses for which you have paid a fee as long as the cancellation is received in writing at least 45 days before the first day of the course. If you cancel your place 44 days or less before the start of the course then you are liable to pay the full fee.

 

6.3    You acknowledge that given the circumstances at the time of booking this is fair and reasonable and reflects inter alia our need to properly plan to accommodate you on the course. Further you irrevocably confirm that you consider this to be an appropriate assessment of our loss, including for the avoidance of doubt lost revenue and lost profit.

 

6.4    Where there are exceptional circumstances these will be dealt with entirely at the school’s discretion on a case-by-case basis.

 

6.5    You may be able to change your booking from one course to another, or one date to another,    at our complete discretion.

 

6.6    All deposits paid to secure a place on any course are non-refundable.

 

6.7    If you are an international student requiring a visa to study in the UK and your application, made in good faith, is unsuccessful, we will refund the full amount paid including your deposit upon presentation of the official documentation from your local embassy or consulate and a copy of your visa application at least 14 days prior to the course start date.

 

6.8    All students are actively encouraged to take out individual cancellation and/or interruption insurance. Students travelling from abroad are encouraged to also take out travel and medical insurance.

 

 

7.    EXCLUSION / LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

 

7.1    Nothing in this agreement in any way excludes or restricts our liability for negligence causing death or personal injury or for fraudulent misrepresentation or for anything which may not legally be restricted. Nor does it affect consumers’ statutory rights. This section (and any other terms excluding or limiting our liability) applies to our directors, officers, employees, subcontractors, agents, parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies as well as to us.

 

7.2    For the avoidance of doubt our courses and other related products and services, including this website, are provided on an “as is” basis and save as expressly stated herein without representations, conditions, warranties or other terms of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement or title.

 

7.3    Without prejudice to the other terms of this agreement, we exclude all liability including breach of contract, tort (including negligence) or any other cause of action with respect to any of our products or services.

 

7.4    Without prejudice to the other terms of this agreement, in no event (including our own negligence) will we be liable for any:
a)    economic losses (including, without limit, loss of revenues, profits, contracts, business or anticipated savings);
b)    loss of goodwill or reputation;
c)    special, indirect or consequential losses

 

 

8.    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

 

8.1    All course material, products and services including those developed directly on the course by us remain the property of the Met.

 

8.2    You will retain all intellectual property developed on the course by you. We are granted a lifetime royalty free license to use any materials which you produce on the course solely for marketing, internal and educational use.

 

8.3    You are free to exploit your developed materials as you see fit and we would be happy to discuss how we can assist you in doing so.

 

 

9.    GENERAL


9.1     These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and us in connection with your booking, purchase or use of our courses and related products and services. You agree that any other communication (whether direct or indirect) you have had with us, did not affect your decision to book a place on and consequently attend a course. Any failure by us to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these terms and conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If any provision of these terms and conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavour to give effect to the parties' intentions as reflected in the provision and that other provisions remain in full force and effect.

 

10.    SCHOOL RULES


10.1    Students must maintain an attendance record of at least 80%. Failure to do so may result in expulsion from the school with no refund of fees. Exceptional circumstances will be dealt with at the school’s discretion.

 

10.2    All students are also subject to any rules contained in the student handbook which they will be given at the start of the course or earlier upon your request. You agree to abide by these rules.

 


11.    EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES


11.1    We wish to support the development of creative and imaginative students for employment in industry, none of which is affected by physical ability. Therefore we support the development of individuals who may be physically challenged by the demands of certain courses which we find is best accommodated by early notification of potential difficulties. We will always try and take reasonable and justifiable steps to accommodate the difficulties in question, taking into account the student’s difficulties, practical capability, impact and potential disruption, cost implications, and other legal considerations. However the very nature of a course may make course accessibility difficult for students with particular types of disability. Where this occurs we will endeavour to discuss this with you in advance whether you wish to attend certain aspects of a course where such challenges are reasonably and justifiably surmountable or agree an alternative solution which is satisfactory to both parties.

 

11.2    The Met operates an equal opportunities policy. All students are assessed as individuals and have equal access to the learning experience within the school. For certain courses students are assessed before acceptance according to their relevant skills, abilities and merits in order to ensure course appropriateness. Our selection process seeks to capture the wide diversity of potential creative talent in the industry and encourages applicants with the appropriate talent and ability whatever their background, ethnicity, origin, age, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability or religious or political beliefs.

 

11.3    We have designed our courses to deliver appropriate learning across a range of disciplines. Although we will take reasonable steps to warn students of the content of potentially distressing course material, we make no apology for such course material as we believe the material in question is an important part of the learning experience. You agree to discuss any concerns you may have with us in advance.

 

12.    LAW AND JURISDICTION

 

12.1    This contract is governed by the law of England and Wales, and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

 

Terms & Conditions - Non Accredited Courses

TERMS & CONDITIONS - NON ACCREDITED COURSES

1.          INTRODUCTION

1.1      We are Met Film Limited (“the Met” or “we” or “us”). We provide film education courses and related products and services. Our registered office is at Building A, Ealing Studios, Ealing, London, W5 5EP, United Kingdom. Our company number is 4790426.

1.2      You can contact us using the contact details provided on our website at www.metfilmschool.co.uk.

1.3      We reserve the right to modify these terms and conditions without notice. Our latest terms and conditions are on our website.

1.4      Your use of our website, your booking or purchase of a course and or related products and services signifies your agreement to these terms and conditions. They constitute a contract between you and us. If you are a consumer your statutory rights are not affected by this agreement

1.5      We are entitled to rely on your booking and initial payment in good faith that you will make all future required payments for a booked course.

 

2.          PURCHASE OF COURSES OR RELATED PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

2.1      These terms and conditions apply to the purchase, booking or use of any course or related products or services provided by the Met.

2.2      Information about courses and related products and services (including price) is subject to change without notice.

2.3      The content of our courses is subject to change without notice.

 

3.          PERSONAL DATA

3.1      Personal information collected from you is subject to our privacy policy, a copy of which can be found on our website.

 

4.          COURSE BOOKING AND PAYMENT TERMS

4.1      You acknowledge that on booking a place on a course we are entitled to do all that we deem necessary to plan for your participation on the course. You also acknowledge that this may extend to acquiring additional equipment, securing, and even restructuring the delivery of the course to accommodate your placement. Accordingly you agree that the Cancellation Policies included in these terms and conditions are both fair and reasonable and as far as you are aware reflect the circumstances at the time of booking.

4.2      With respect to degree courses, we both acknowledge that you are aspiring to a degree from us and that no other party which provides similar degrees will be considered an adequate substitute. If you are applying for the degree and you are 20 or under, you are required to provide copies of your academic transcripts.

4.3      If you are a student from outside the European Union, you must undertake to ensure that you have the appropriate visa which grants you permission to study in the UK. You also agree to provide us within 7 days of arriving within the UK to attend the start of the course (or if later as soon as possible prior to the start of the course), a copy of your completed police registration form. Failure to do this may result in your inability to attend the course. If you are a non-native speaker of English you must also provide us with a copy of your TOEFL or IELTS certificate.

4.4      The full fee must be paid on booking to secure your place.Payment is deemed to have happened when we have received cleared funds.

4.5      The full balance of the second year of a 2-year course is due by the end of June prior to the start of the first module in the second year for a September/October start and by the end of October prior to the start of the first module in the second year for a January/February course start.

 

5.          PRICING

5.1      We review our pricing annually and any changes will be published thereafter and become effective from the following July.

5.2      Course price are inclusive of value added tax to the extent that the course attracts value added tax.

5.3      We will try to ensure that you receive a place on a course for which you have booked and paid the appropriate fee in full. However we cannot guarantee your place on any course and in the unlikely event that we are unable to provide you with a place on a course for which you have paid a fee we will give you the option of a refund of the fee paid to date, or a place on another course or a place on a future running of the course as far as reasonably possible.

5.5      Payments by credit cards will attract a 3.5% additional administrative card fee on the amount to be paid. Payments by debit card will not attract a card fee.

5.6      Our fees are exclusive on any money transfer charges or exchange rate deductions. Should we suffer any loss from transaction charges, exchange rate variations or other deductions we reserve the right to charge you immediately for these sums.

5.7      Late payments, including those resulting from deductions under clause 5, will automatically incur a 5% additional fee to cover our increased administrative costs, subject to a minimum administrative cost of £250.

 

6.          CANCELLATION POLICIES

6.1      We reserve the right to cancel any course at any time up to and including the start date of the course. Should this occur we will endeavour to give you at least 7 day’s notice and to give you the option of a place on another course or a refund of your full fee or a place on a future running of the course.

6.2      You may cancel your place for a refund,less any costs incurred and a 20% deposit, on all courses for which you have paid a fee as long as the cancellation is received in writing at least 45 days before the first day of the course. If you cancel your place 44 days or less before the start of the course then you are liable to pay the full fee.

6.3      You acknowledge that given the circumstances at the time of booking this is fair and reasonable and reflects inter alia our need to properly plan to accommodate you on the course. Further you irrevocably confirm that you consider this to be an appropriate assessment of our loss, including for the avoidance of doubt lost revenue and lost profit.

6.4      Where there are exceptional circumstances these will be dealt with entirely at the school’s discretion on a case-by-case basis.

6.5      You may be able to change your booking from one course to another, or one date to another,    at our complete discretion.

6.6      All deposits paid to secure a place on any course are non-refundable.

6.7   If you are an international student requiring a visa to study in the UK and your application, made in good faith, is unsuccessful, we will refund the full amount paid including your deposit upon presentation of the official documentation from your local embassy or consulate and a copy of your visa application at least 14 days prior to the course start date.

6.8      All students are actively encouraged to take out individual cancellation and/or interruption insurance. Students travelling from abroad are encouraged to also take out travel and medical insurance.

 

7.          EXCLUSION / LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

7.1      Nothing in this agreement in any way excludes or restricts our liability for negligence causing death or personal injury or for fraudulent misrepresentation or for anything which may not legally be restricted. Nor does it affect consumers’ statutory rights. This section (and any other terms excluding or limiting our liability) applies to our directors, officers, employees, subcontractors, agents, parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies as well as to us.

7.2      For the avoidance of doubt our courses and other related products and services, including this website, are provided on an “as is” basis and save as expressly stated herein without representations, conditions, warranties or other terms of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement or title.

7.3      Without prejudice to the other terms of this agreement, we exclude all liability including breach of contract, tort (including negligence) or any other cause of action with respect to any of our products or services.

7.4      Without prejudice to the other terms of this agreement, in no event (including our own negligence) will we be liable for any:

a)    economic losses (including, without limit, loss of revenues, profits, contracts, business or anticipated savings);

b)    loss of goodwill or reputation;

c)    special, indirect or consequential losses

 

8.          INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

8.1      All course material, products and services including those developed directly on the course by us remain the property of the Met.

8.2      You will retain all intellectual property developed on the course by you. We are granted a lifetime royalty free license to use any materials which you produce on the course solely for marketing, internal and educational use.

8.3      You are free to exploit your developed materials as you see fit and we would be happy to discuss how we can assist you in doing so.

 

9.          GENERAL

9.1      These terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and us in connection with your booking, purchase or use of our courses and related products and services. You agree that any other communication (whether direct or indirect) you have had with us, did not affect your decision to book a place on and consequently attend a course. Any failure by us to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these terms and conditions shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If any provision of these terms and conditions is found by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the parties nevertheless agree that the court should endeavour to give effect to the parties' intentions as reflected in the provision and that other provisions remain in full force and effect.

 

10.        SCHOOL RULES

10.1     Students must maintain an attendance record of at least 80%. Failure to do so may result in expulsion from the school with no refund of fees. Exceptional circumstances will be dealt with at the school’s discretion.

10.2     All students are also subject to any rules contained in the student handbook which they will be given at the start of the course or earlier upon your request. You agree to abide by these rules.

 

11.        EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

11.1     We wish to support the development of creative and imaginative students for employment in industry, none of which is affected by physical ability. Therefore we support the development of individuals who may be physically challenged by the demands of certain courses which we find is best accommodated by early notification of potential difficulties. We will always try and take reasonable and justifiable steps to accommodate the difficulties in question, taking into account the student’s difficulties, practical capability, impact and potential disruption, cost implications, and other legal considerations. However the very nature of a course may make course accessibility difficult for students with particular types of disability. Where this occurs we will endeavour to discuss this with you in advance whether you wish to attend certain aspects of a course where such challenges are reasonably and justifiably surmountable or agree an alternative solution which is satisfactory to both parties.

11.2     The Met operates an equal opportunities policy. All students are assessed as individuals and have equal access to the learning experience within the school. For certain courses students are assessed before acceptance according to their relevant skills, abilities and merits in order to ensure course appropriateness. Our selection process seeks to capture the wide diversity of potential creative talent in the industry and encourages applicants with the appropriate talent and ability whatever their background, ethnicity, origin, age, gender, class, sexual orientation, disability or religious or political beliefs.

11.3     We have designed our courses to deliver appropriate learning across a range of disciplines. Although we will take reasonable steps to warn students of the content of potentially distressing course material, we make no apology for such course material as we believe the material in question is an important part of the learning experience. You agree to discuss any concerns you may have with us in advance.

 

12.        LAW AND JURISDICTION

12.1     This contract is governed by the law of England and Wales, and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

 
 

Privacy

Privacy Policy

1.    INTRODUCTION



1.1    This is the privacy and security policy of the Met Film School Limited ("the Met" or "we" or "us"). Our registered office is at Ealing Studios, Ealing Green, London W5 5EP United Kingdom. Our company number is 4790426.


1.2    If you have any queries concerning this policy, please contact us at info@metfilmschool.co.uk or by using the contact details provided on our website.


1.3 The purpose of this policy is to tell you how we process Personal Data (i.e. data about any identified or identifiable living person). In particular:

a)    what Personal Data we collect;

b)    how we use it;

c)    how we protect it;

d)    to whom we disclose it;

e)    how you can access and rectify it.


1.4    We agree not to process Personal Data other than in accordance with this policy.


1.5    We reserve the right to modify this policy from time to time.


2. WHAT DATA DO WE COLLECT?



2.1    When you request information, book courses or order products and other services, we may collect data such as your name, email address and other contact details.


2.2    You may also provide additional Personal Data to us in the course of communicating with us.


2.3    Our computer may log your IP address (your unique internet address) and browser type when you visit our website.


2.4    We may use cookies. A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer's hard drive. If you revisit our website, our web server may recognise the cookie and provide information about your last visit. Usually you can modify the settings of your browser to accept or reject all cookies or as an alternative to be notified when a cookie is set.


3.    HOW DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL DATA?



3.1    We will use your Personal Data to properly process or administer the information, courses, products or other services you have requested or ordered. We may also add your Personal Data to our mailing list, so that we can send you details of other courses, products or services provided by us or by our partners that we believe may be of interest to you. You will never be contacted directly by any third party as a direct result of our action. You will always be able to unsubscribe from our mailing list if you wish to.


3.2    We may use IP addresses for customer profiling purposes.


3.3 We may use cookies to provide a more personalised and user-friendly visit to our website and to help us track user traffic patterns. A cookie cannot read your hard disk or other cookie files.


4.    HOW DO WE PROTECT PERSONAL DATA?



4.1    We take appropriate precautions to protect Personal Data from loss, misuse, unauthorised access or disclosure, alteration or destruction. All personal data is stored in secure databases.


5.    TO WHOM DO WE DISCLOSE PERSONAL DATA?


5.1    We do not disclose Personal Data except as stated in this document.


5.2    We may disclose Personal Data so far as reasonably necessary:

a)    with our partners as may be required in the normal course of business to provide you with the courses, products and other services that you have booked or ordered.

b)    within the Arts Alliance Ltd. group of companies (which includes Arts Alliance Ltd., Met Film School Ltd. and City Screen Ltd.) to monitor and improve the courses, products and other services you receive from us.

c)    to protect us or our other customers or the public and/or to minimize our exposure to breach of applicable law or regulation or the risk of civil or criminal proceedings and/or to respond to claims of violation of third party rights.

d)    in the context of a sale or merger of all or part of our business.

e)    with our staff and advisers in the ordinary course of business


5.3    It is unlikely but possible that the disclosure referred to above may necessarily involve transfer of Personal Data to entities located outside the European Economic Area (EEA). If so, we will take reasonable steps to ensure the security of that information.


6.    HOW CAN YOU ACCESS AND RECTIFY PERSONAL DATA?



6.1    You can access and rectify your Personal Data by contacting us using the contact details provided on our website.


6.2    For information about your rights under UK data protection laws, see the website of the UK Data Protection Commissioner.

Cookie Policy

This page explains what you need to know about how Met Film School uses cookies on its website, and how to choose to manage or remove them if you wish to do so.

 

About cookies

A cookie is a small amount of data (which often includes a unique identifier) that is sent to a user’s computer or mobile phone from a website and is stored on the hard drive of a device. Each website can send its own cookie to your browser if your browser's preferences allow it. Many websites do this whenever a user visits their website in order to report on website traffic. Your browser only permits a website to access the cookies it has already sent to you, not the cookies sent to you by other websites.

 

How Met Film School website uses cookies

Cookies on Met Film School website are used in a number of ways. A full list of all the cookies used across Met Film School site can be seen in the List of cookies used on Met Film School site.

 

1. Analytics
Met Film School uses a range of analytics tools to collect information about how people use its sites. This helps us make sure sites are meeting users’ needs and to find out how we could improve.

 

Analytics cookies store information about what pages people visit, how long they are on the site, how they got there and what they click on. Information supplied by cookies help Met Film School to analyse the profile of visitors and provide them with a better experience.

 

Analytics cookies do not collect or store users’ personal information (for example, names or addresses), so this information cannot be used to identify individuals. Met Film School does not allow analytics companies to use or share its analytics data.

 

In addition to website analytics, the Met Film School website carries embedded ‘share’ buttons to enable users of the site to easily share articles with their friends through popular social networks. These sites may set a cookie when you are also logged in to their service.

 

Met Film School does not control the dissemination of these cookies. For more information about the cookies used by these suppliers, including how to opt-out, view their individual privacy policy below.

Cookie name Description of cookie 
Google Analytics

Google Analytics stores the information collected by the cookie on servers in the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.

How to reject or delete this cookie

http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html

 

List of cookies used on Met Film School site:

Cookie name Expires after Description of cookie 
_utma 2 years A Google Analytics cookie which keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred.
_utmb End of session A Google Analytics cookie which creates a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitor enters a site.
_utmc 30 minutes A Google Analytics cookie which creates a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitor leaves the site.
_utmz 6 months A Google Analytics cookie which tracks where the visitor came from, what search engine was used, what link was clicked on, what keywords used, and where in the world the site was accessed from.
ASP.NET_SessionId End of session This is a unique reference to distinguish one user from another.

 

How to manage cookies

Internet browsers allow users to manage their cookies. They can set their devices to accept all cookies, to let them know when a cookie has been set, or never to receive cookies.

 

Each browser works in a different way: use the ‘Help’ menu in your browser to find out to change your cookie preferences. For information on how to do this on the browser of your mobile phone you should refer to your handset manual.

 

Please be aware that disabling cookies completely means that certain personalised features will not then be provided to that user and therefore they may not be able to make full use of all of the website’s features.

 

You can learn more about cookies and how to manage them at AboutCookies.org