Cookies are plain text files containing small amounts of anonymous information that are created and stored on your computer or device when you visit a website.
1. What types of cookies are set
2. How long they persist on your user’s browser
Cookies will be stored in your browsers memory for 13 months or until you clear your cookies. To clear your cookies go to your browser settings and remove the cookies you no longer wish to have stored.
3. What data they track/the categories of personal information collected
Each cookie has a different function and you can see which category each cookie falls in to by clicking the button at the bottom of this page. We categorise cookies into 3 buckets:
Essential: These cookies are essential to the proper functioning of the website. They are first party cookies which means we do not share any information with other organisations.
Functional: These cookies are about site performance and utility. Allowing these cookies will improve your experience of the site for example by allowing access to live chat.
Social media and Advertising: These cookies are related to social features like sharing products to your social networks. Cookies in this category are also related to advertisers to tell advertisers about your shopping preferences so that they can show you relevant products in the future.
4. Where the data is sent and with whom it is shared/which third parties it is shared with
By clicking on the button below you can see all of the cookies on our website and which third parties we use to improve our service. You can see the company which the cookie is related to and the domain, should you want to see more details about who that third party is.
5. How to reject cookies, and how to subsequently change the status regarding the cookies
Updating your cookie preferences on our website is easy. Use the button below and choose accept or reject on the relevant cookie categories. You can accept all if you are happy for us to serve all cookies to your browser. If you wish to update your preferences at any time, scroll to the bottom of any page of our website and use the ‘Cookies’ link in the footer menu.
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