What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files put onto your computer or mobile device by a website. In general, cookies are used to retain user preferences, store information for things like shopping baskets, provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics, to analyse how our website is performing, and to allow you to easily grab our website into your social media accounts.
Some Cookies may hold “personal” data. This is data that alone or with other data may be able to identify you. it is for this reason that Cookies come under the General Data Protection Regulations.
As a rule, cookies will make your browsing experience better. However, you may prefer to disable cookies on this site and on others.
Consent for Cookies
When you first enter our website, only essential cookies will be placed on your computer, and any third part cookies depending on your browser settings. You are asked to consent to the use of Performance and Functional cookies.
What sort of cookies might we use?
Necessary Cookies: Certain cookies are essential to provide a service to you, such as using a shopping cart and checkout.
- If our website uses the shopping cart we will store cookies so that you may retrieve the products in your shopping cart with no need to go through re-choosing all of them again. However, the cookie will eventually expire if there is no activity in your cart, e.g. view, add to, etc., for a number of days.
- Remembering settings that are essential for the function of the website.
If a user rejects the cookie, they may still use our site, but the user will experience limited functionality in some areas of our site. For example, the user will not be able to process an order through our shopping checkout area.
Functional Cookies: Functional cookies allow and provide enhance function of elements of a website. The website will work with these turned off, but your experience may be affected:
- Displaying social sharing counts
- Suppressing the initial Cookie Control window at subsequent visits
- Keeping track of where you are in a staged process on the website.
Performance Cookies: We may use one or both Google Analytics and Statcounter to analyse how our visitors use our website. This helps us enhance the website to offer information of use to our clients. We do not collect any personal information.
Third Party Cookies
Disabling Cookies in your browser
Disabling and restricting cookies in your browser may impact on the functions provided on our website. For mobile devices, please refer to information provided for your device. If you disable all cookies, certain functions may not work on our website.
Notification of Changes
Changes will be posted on this page.