What are Cookies?
Cookies are a collection of letters combined with numbers that get stored on the browser you are using or on the hard drive of your computer. This transfers information to your computer’s hard drive.
There are different types of cookies that are used for this purpose and we are relying on the following:
Absolute necessity cookies:
Performance and Analysis cookies:
In order to monitor our site performance we need to be able to track the number of visitors we receive as well as the activity that you as user perform while on the site. There are designated cookies that allow us to do this.
As a return visitor to our site we need to be able to recognise this so we can personalise the content that you will be privy to.
These provide us with additional information as to your visit, the pages you visit as well as the links that you follow. This is information that we may share with third parties.
Third parties that are affiliated with our site may also use their own collection of cookies, of which we have no control over. Third parties may be Google analytics, Facebook, or Pinterest as an example. You will need to check the Policies in place regarding this by third parties.
Your Blocking Rights
You are able to tell your browser through its settings to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. If you do this there may be some sections of our site that you will not be able to access.