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Cookies are basic text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device by a website server. Access to these cookies is restricted to that server. Cookies are created once a user accesses a website and are loaded onto the browser, each one is unique, encrypted, and contains anonymous information (such as digits, an identifier and site name).
Cookies are designed to improve the user’s experience on a website by remembering information about their visit to a particular site. They can also exist when playing videos as well as during general navigation.
For example, adding a product to an online basket creates a cookie that remembers this product and keeps it in the basket throughout the visit. In some cases this cookie will exist for a longer time period, depending on the settings of your browser. You can find out more about cookie settings here.
These relate to the overall function of our website and how it is designed to work. They allow us to action the services our website offers, such as:
• remembering the product(s) you placed in the online basket.
• recognising your login information.
• remembering your previous product pages, displayed in ‘recently viewed.’
• loading pages faster and with more efficiency.
These enable us to see analytical data about the use of our website. This can include:
• number of visits
• where visitors click
• the source of visitors to the site
• when people interact with the website
This information helps us improve things such as the most popular sections of the website, when we need more staff to answer queries, stock levels, as well as search terms used to find us and how we can improve and facilitate easier access to what our visitors want.
These are set to help tailor advertising to more accurately reflect our users’ interests as shown by their browsing behaviour. This looks at the pages you visited on our website and applies it to Google advertisements on 3rd party sites.
Please find a list below of the cookies we have on our website and their purpose:
First Party Cookie:
These are cookies set up by the website visited and can only be accessed by that specific website
Third Party Cookie:
This is a cookie engaged on a website, which belongs to a separate organisation to that which you are visiting. These can appear through embedded videos and images from sources such as YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, Facebook and so forth.
A Third Party cookie can also be advertising targeting and remarketing, which could track your browsing activity and tailor advertisements to your likes and dislikes accordingly.
Please note: for more information regarding cookies of this kind please view the relevant Third Party site.
These are temporary, used only for the website visit duration and terminated following an exit from the site.
A cookie, which reflects its namesake, it will persist in your browsing history over a much longer period than a Session cookie. A month, year, or even longer. These are generally used to keep preferences, products in baskets, and such so that upon returning to the website this information remains.
These are found through the use of Adobe Flash Player. This is a separate entity and cookies can be managed directly through this software.
If you’d like to find out further information about cookies, there is a wealth of knowledge found here: www.allaboutcookies.org.
Through the settings on your browser you can limit or completely disable cookies. This can however limit or unable you access to certain websites, to be sure of the cookies you are disabling always review the respective website’s policy. If settings are not changed, then our website will issue cookies upon entry to the website.
In order to disable Flash cookies, please see www.adobe.com for details on how to do this. Note however this will disable functionality for some sites.
Mobile devices have their own settings which dictate cookies, please refer to your manual for advice and instruction.
If you have any queries or issues you’d like to bring forward, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org