A cookie is a small text file that holds information that is stored on your computer and provides information to the website. For example when you move from page to page in a web browser a cookie may be used so that if you press the back button on the browser it knows where you came from.
There are three types of cookies used these are:
- First-Party Cookies: These are cookies that are set by the site you are visiting.
- Third-Party Cookies: Some sites display adverts from other sources, all cookies set by the advertiser would be a third party cookie, because they are not set by the site you are on.
- Session Cookies: Session cookies are important to store information on your currently opened website, they allow the website to recognize you when you visit another subpage.
The cookies we use are primarily session cookies which are removed when you leave the site. These are permissible within the law.
You can set your browser to meet your own preferences, It is strongly recommended that you should always allow first party and session cookies.
We also use Google Analytics cookies on the site. These cookies do not store any personal information. We use this information to improve the site and hopefully make it easier for people to find the information they are looking for.
More Cookies information
Information Commissioner’s Office
”About Cookies” – a free resource from law firm Pinsent Masons
If you have any queries regarding our GDPR Policy and Procedures, then do please contact our Data Protection Officer by email at: email@example.com