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Why we use cookies...

The Society's website uses cookies to support some of the security features of this site (such as logging into WeBSave) and to make a record of your visit (for example the time you visited the site and pages viewed). This information is only used for system administration purposes and to provide statistics for evaluating use of the website. We also use short term cookies to facilitate the presentation of relevant information or advertisements on third party websites based on the users site visit.

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You may opt out of receiving cookies by setting your browser to not accept any cookies. Please be aware that in doing this, some areas of our website and our WeBSave service will not operate correctly.