What is a cookie
A cookie is a small file placed on your computer’s hard drive. It enables our website to identify your computer as you view different pages on our website.
Cookies allow websites and applications to store your preferences in order to present content, options or functions that are specific to you. They also enable us to see information like how many people use the website and what pages they tend to visit.
● Analyse our web traffic using an analytics package. Aggregated usage data helps us improve the website structure, design, content and functions.
● Identify whether you are signed in to our website. A cookie allows us to check whether you are signed in to the site.
● Test content on our website. For example, 50% of our users might see one piece of content, the other 50% a different piece of content.
● Store information about your preferences. The website can then present you with information you will find more relevant and interesting.
● To recognise when you return to our website. We may show your relevant content, or provide functionality you used previously.
Cookies do not provide us with access to your computer or any information about you, other than that which you choose to share with us.
However, please note that doing this may affect how our website functions. Some pages and services may become unavailable to you.
We may use your e-mail address to send you information about products or services that are the same as or similar to those that you have ordered from us and that we think you may find useful. We will do so only if you have indicated that you do not object to being contacted for these purposes. At any stage you have the right to ask us to stop using your personal data for direct marketing purposes by opting out.
To learn more about cookies and how they are used, visit All About Cookies.