About our Cookies
1. What are Cookies?
Cookies are little data files that are placed onto the hardware device which you use to browse the internet (e.g. your Computer, Smartphone or Tablet, your “device”) by websites that you visit. Cookies contain information about your visits to that website and the purpose of cookies is to enable our websites to remember you, and your browsing habits, when you visit it again in the future.
Cookies perform many different functions, from remembering that you are logged in during visits to what user preferences you may have selected. They also help us to identify which of our web pages are the most popular and what type of journey a visitor has through our site.
Cookies help us plan the content and layout of our site and recognise returning visitors that have been to our site before. They therefore play an important role in helping us to enhance the usability and performance of our site to improve your visits.
keep track of the items stored in your shopping basket and take you through the checkout process; recognise you whenever you visit this website (this speeds up your access to the website as you do not have to log in each time); obtain information about your preferences, online movements and use of the internet; carry out research and statistical analysis to help improve our content, products and services and to help us better understand our visitor and customer requirements and interests;
target our marketing and advertising campaigns more effectively by providing interest-based advertisements that are personalised to your interests; (we use third party tracking cookies to do this) and make your online experience more efficient and enjoyable.
3. What Cookies are used by this Site?
- Session cookies
- Session and permanent cookies
- Anonymous permanent cookies
- Cookie to individually identify users who have logged in
- Third party cookies
- First party cookies
The table below sets out the cookies we use and is updated with current cookies -
4. Web beacons
Web beacons are usually 1 pixel size transparent images that help website owners track the activity of users on certain website pages. They can also send the tracking server (ie. us, or our technology partners) information in cookies – such as whether an HTML email with a web beacon in it has been opened. We use web beacons together with cookies to help us understand how you interact with our website and the emails we send you, to help us improve your experience, to ensure that content is relevant to you, and to better manage our website and email content.
Further details on web beacons, and how to manage them, can be found in the.
5. How can I opt out of cookies?
You can find more detailed information about cookies (including how to manage their use via your browser) on the Information Commissioner’s website and at
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit.
You can also use the settings provided in the cookie banner when you first use the site to set your cookie preferences or by visiting Cookie Preferences.