Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

The majority of websites use cookies to track a visitor’s journey through their website. These cookies can enhance your user experience on websites, by letting the website remember your preferences. A website can remember a visitor in two ways; 

Cookies are useful for several reasons, including; 

A cookie is a small file that websites put on your computer when you first visit a website which gives you a unique identification for that site. These cookies allow a website to remember your preferences, what pages you have viewed and what is in your shopping basket. 

Turning your cookies off

Some website users find the use of cookies on websites intrusive; the thought of websites saving their preferences turns people off, especially when this data can be used by third parties without them knowing.

Even though cookies are harmless, if you do not want target advertisements following your website browsing usage you can turn off your cookie settings and block or delete the cookies that have been automatically set. 

However, by doing this it may make some website functions unusable. 

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