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Users can access this area anytime by clicking on 'Manage My Account' or on your name located in the top right of the website. If you do not see either of these you will need to log onto the website.
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If the user changes computer the cookie will need to be transferred to the new computer. This is easily done by accessing the website on the new computer, clicking 'log in' and following the steps. The access will then no longer work on the old computer. The same process applies if you use different internet browsers on one computer.
The website is designed so you can easily view the content on a cookie enabled mobile device. You will only be able to view the news and current newsletter on a mobile device.