Cookie Policy

Last updated: 05/02/2020 Cookies Notice

We use “cookies” and other tracking technologies to collect information about you and your activity across our site and our email communications with you.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of data stored on your computer, so we can understand how you use our website and the emails we send you. 

Cookies set by Google are called “third-party cookies”, and can be used to track you on other websites that use the same third-party service.

Tracking technologies used by us

Cookies are used to track how you interact and use the website (e.g. google analytics)], and to [store your purchases in your cart. We also use cookies set in our newsletter, to track when you open our emails.

The information we obtain from our use of cookies will not usually contain your personal data. Although we may obtain information about your computer or other electronic device such as your IP address, your browser and/or other internet log information, this will not usually identify you personally.

In most cases we will need your consent in order to use cookies on this website or in our emails. The exception is where the cookie is essential in order for us to provide you with a service you have requested (e.g. to enable you to put items in your shopping basket and use our check-out process).

If you change your mind in the future about letting us use cookies, you can modify the settings of your browser to reject cookies or disable cookies completely.

Description of cookies

The table below is designed to provide more information about the cookies we use and why:

Name of cookiePurpose for the cookieHow long until it expires
Google Analytics) – _ga; _gali; _gat; _giThis is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc which uses cookies to show us how visitors found and explored our site, and how we can enhance their experience. It provides us with information about the behaviour of our visitors (e.g. how long they stayed on the site, the average number of pages viewed) and also tells us how many visitors we have had.)1 day
MailChimp – mc_cid; mc_eid; mc_landing_siteWhen you clicks a link in one of your email campaigns, the plugin stores some data in several cookies to keep track of which email campaign that visitor was coming from.14 days

How to turn off cookies

Most internet browsers have default settings to accept cookies by default, but you can update these settings at any time to either refuse cookies altogether, or to notify you when a website is trying to set or update a cookie.

To manage cookies using Chrome, see here –

For Firefox, see here –

For Internet Explorer, see here –

For Edge, see here –

If you browse websites from multiple devices e.g. phone and tablet, you may need to update your settings on each individual device.

Although some cookies can be blocked without noticing the impact on your experience of a website, blocking all cookies can result in being unable to access certain features and content across the sites you visit.