- About cookies
- Managing cookies
- First-party cookies
- Third-party cookies
Cookies are small pieces of text that are stored by your browser. Each cookie has a name and is associated with a particular site. When your browser sends a request to a site (for example, to download a page, image, or video), the computer that responds (known as a server) may tell your browser to set one or more cookies. When your browser makes further requests to the same site it sends the cookies back to the server. This allows the server to remember you as you browse the site, and provide features such as shopping baskets or password-protected areas.
First-party cookies are set when you interact with our site. Your browser will only send these cookies in requests to our site.
These cookies are necessary for our site to work correctly. You can block these cookies through your browser settings, but if you choose to do so some features will no longer work.
- This cookie is used to remember your cookie preferences. It is created when you change your cookie preferences and expires after thirty days.
- This cookie is used to distinguish each shop customer in order to keep track of the items in their basket and allow them to check out and manage their account. It is created when you view our shop and expires after thirty days.
- This cookie is used to store a summary of each shop customer’s basket and whether they are logged in, in order to display this information at the top of each page. It is created when you view our shop. It expires after thirty days for visitors who are not logged in. It expires after one day for visitors who are logged in (as visitors are logged out after one day of inactivity).
Third-party cookies are created by functionality and content on our site that are supplied by other providers. Your browser will send these cookies in requests to the provider of the functionality or content, which may allow the provider to track you across multiple sites.
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