Cookies are little files that all websites put on our hard drives to help make our visits quicker, easier and more relevant. Some cookies are essential for websites to work and others remember things about you to give you a better and more enjoyable experience online.
Without these cookies, website won't work properly. They help to move around the secure areas of the website and do things you've specifically come to the website for.
Cookies remember things like products you put in your basket and information entered in forms such as checkout. Without these cookies, the information would be lost every time the new page is entered.
- cc_cookie_decline (Cookie information alert)
- cc_cookie_accept (Cookie information alert)
Cookies that save your settings
When you fill in a form with your name or other details, the cookies remember that, so there is no need to type it in each time you come back.
Cookies for adverts
They show you when logged in to the website and also it can be used to share information with any partners who provide a service on the website. The information shared is only used to provide the service, product or function and not for any other purpose.
Cookies for website info
Cookies collect anonymous information about how visitors use the website, like the most popular pages and any error pages you see. This aggregated information are used to improve the website - it never identifies individual users.
It gives an overall picture of how people use the website by telling things like the number of visitors to each page and what people do on the page, like which links they click on.
Our cookies (Google Analytics):
You have a legal right to ask us to provide you all the information we store about you and your actions on our website. You can also demand corrections, blocking or deletion of the data.