What is a cookie?
A cookie is a very small text file that is downloaded when you visit a website. They have become essential for modern web browsing and allow us to experience dynamic and useful functions such as remembering what you store in a shopping basket or saving your website preferences. Each time you return to that site, or other sites that use that particular cookie, this cookie is read by the browser to help customise your experience.
There are thousands of different types of cookies which all do different things. Some help to make browsing a site more efficient, others save your user login name for your ease, others remember which currency you purchase goods in. These are just a few great examples of how useful cookies can be for day-to-day browsing. Most cookies are stored in your browser for a set period of time and then expire automatically.
What cookies do we use?
|If you send your data to us via a contact form, this ensures the nobody can maliciously alter your data. This cookie only lasts as long as your session.
|Our website relies on PHP sessions to maintain sessions across web requests. That is done via the PHP session cookie. This cookie only lasts as long as your session.
|These are cookies set by Google to allow us to understand and track how our visitors interact with our website. It gathers non-personally identifiable, aggregated data based on your session and subsequent sessions.
Third Party Links
Our website may include links to third-party sites that are relevant to our business and your experience. We always pick external links carefully, however, we do not hold any liability for the use of these third-party websites. Therefore, we urge you to be cautious and vigilant about handling your personal data.
For more information
For more information on cookies and how they help your online viewing experience, please visit the Information Commissioner's Office website. The ICO is the UK's independent information regulator and provides lots of useful advice on subjects such as data privacy and cookies.