What are Cookies?
As is widely known now, Cookies are common across most websites. They are small files that can be placed on your device that allow us to recognise and remember you. This page informs you as to what information our Cookies gather, how we use that information and why sometimes it is necessary to store Cookies to provide a functional site.
The Cookies we use
Essential – These Cookies are necessary for us to provide you with the services you have requested. For example, they ensure you can stay logged in to the site, without having to log in to each individual page. If you set your browser to block Cookies, this basic functionality won’t be available.
User experience – These Cookies are used to remember you and any preferences or settings when you return to the site, so that we can provide you with a more personal experience.
Performance – These would include Cookies such as Google Analytics; one of the most widespread and trusted analytics solutions available. These help us understand how users use the site for example highlighting which pages are most visited, so we can improve the quality and experience for you.
We hope that provides enough information, but we know that these subjects can seem complex. So if you have any questions at all, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org