Last updated 9 February 2023
What are cookies and why are they used?
A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. When you visit a website again, or visit another website which recognises that cookie, your device is able to communicate with the website and the website can read the information held in that cookie. Only that server will be able to retrieve or read the contents of that cookie. Each cookie is unique to your web browser. It will contain some anonymous information such as a unique identifier as well as the website name. Cookies may be set by the website you are visiting (first party cookies) or they may be set by other websites who run content on the page you are viewing (third party cookies).
What are web beacons and why are they used?
Web beacons are a similar technology to cookies and they can help deliver a better online experience. We also use web beacons to help us display emails in the best format for your device. A web beacon is an electronic image, found on a website or HTML-formatted e-mail (also referred to as a single-pixel or clear GIF). Web beacons collect only limited information such as a cookie number, time and date of a page view and a description of the page on which the web beacon is placed. They are a way of gathering basic statistics and managing cookies, however they do not give away any extra information from your computer. If you disable cookies on your web browser this will also prevent web beacons from tracking your specific activity, however the web beacon may still record an anonymous visit from your internet protocol (IP) address.
We use the following cookies on the Website:
Essential cookies: These cookies enable core functionality such as security, verification of identity and network management. These cookies can’t be disabled.
Marketing Cookies: These cookies are used to track advertising effectiveness to provide a more relevant service and deliver better ads to suit your interests.
Functional Cookies: These cookies collect data to remember choices users make to improve and give a more personalised experience.
Analytics Cookies: These cookies help us to understand how visitors interact with our website, discover error and provide a better overall analytics.
How to manage your cookies preferences
Except for Strictly Necessary cookies and which are essential for the functioning of this site, you can choose to accept or decline cookies. You can provide your consent to the use of non-necessary cookies by opting into your acceptance of cookies when you first access our Website. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer.
You can modify your browser setting or manage any other cookie preferences at any time. You can set these preferences on your browser settings. However, each browser is different so check your browser’s Privacy and Help sections to learn how to modify your cookies. If you use more devices and/or browsers, you will need to disable cookies on each device and on each browser separately. It may be necessary to refresh the Website on your device for the updated settings to take effect. If you disable non-necessary cookies, you may not be able to continue to take full advantage of the feature on the Website.
Please note that:
Many of the interactive functions offered by the Website are dependent on cookies and disabling or blocking cookies and web beacons may impact the functionality of the Website or result in an inferior web experience.
If you have chosen to block third-party cookies on your browser, your cookies preferences won’t carry over from the Website and vice versa.
Changes to this Cookies Policy
If you have any questions in relation to this Cookies Policy, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to:
15 Market St,