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Depending on your personal settings, simply by visiting this website in the first instance, your computer may have set a number of cookies by default, in order to fulfil ‘normal’ HTML operation of your web browser. Further, you may have agreed (the cookie control presented to you) to a number of unobtrusive cookies being used, as part of your informed consent as displayed on our front page. PLEASE READ ON A cookie is a simple text file used by the website server to communicate with your computer and to retrieve and read the contents of that cookie, so allowing it to remember your preferences or, for example, what may be in your shopping basket (not used on this website). By default a website will set an HTTP cookie in order to operate more conveniently e.g., to permit a web server to distinguish between different users and to pass information from page to page during a website session. This simple text file offers a basic functionality normally expected from a website. A web server cookie is used to collect data about a given browser, together with information requested and sent by the browser’s operator (you, the visitor) when navigating the site. These cookies DO NOT collect personal information or attempt to identify you. Third Millennium makes use of these unobtrusive web server cookies to provide simple reports on the number of visitors to the website, the type of browser used and the geographical location of the visitor. WE DO NOT USE PRIVACY-INTRUSIVE COOKIES COOKIE(s) used: (i) GOOGLE ANALYTICS (ii) cookieconsent2/3.0.3 The cookies listed above do not collect personal data about your visit or browser history. If you do not want cookies to be set on your computer, most modern browsers allow you to restrict how cookies are used, or indeed block all of them, or delete them after a session. It should be noted that if you block all cookies, you may lose some functions or interactions within the website. For handling cookies, please refer to the ‘options’ and ‘help’ menus provided by your particular web browser.