Last Ammended : July 13, 2020
A cookie is a small text file that can be placed on devices when you visit websites. When you next visit our website the cookie allows us to distinguish you from other users.
There are two categories of cookies:
These cookies remain on your device until you close your browser. Once your browser is closed the cookies are automatically deleted.
Persistent cookies remain on your device until erased automatically or manually.
These are the Cookies we use and why we use them
Performance cookies allow us to recognise and total up the number of visitors to our site. They also allow us to see how visitors navigate around it.
Information like this helps us to improve the functioning of our site by allowing us to change the way visitors use them. The data we collect from performance cookies is then grouped and categorised which means that we cannot identify you from it.
Experience cookies allow us to remember the behaviour of users. Information collected by experience cookies cannot track your browsing activity when you leave our sites to browse other sites. Our website uses these cookies to provide users with enhanced and personalised features. For example, we use information gathered through what are known as ‘web-analytic’ cookies to compare the selections you make to those of our other customers so that we can learn from those choices.
Essential Cookies (not the choc chip kind)
These are technical cookies that may be required for the operation of our site.
This allows us to understand user’s behaviour. We can analyse data to help us improve our services.
We do use Facebook tracking pixels to have a better overview of our Facebook marketing campaigns. This helps us retarget users and market to audiences similar to our customers. This Cookie helps us run efficient and relevant marketing campaigns.