What exactly do we mean by Cookies? Well in simple terms, whenever you go to a website, tiny files are automatically downloaded to whichever device you’re using at the time (a computer, tablet, mobile or phone). These are called Cookies, and their job is to help improve your experience on the website.
We’re not a fan of jargon, so we’ve broken the Cookies we use down into two types:
- Performance Cookies
- Functionality Cookies
These Cookies are necessary for the performance of our website. They allow us to improve the user experience, educating us on which parts of the website we need to enhance to help you, the visitor, find what you’re looking for faster. All information these Cookies collect from visitors to the website are anonymous, giving us real insight. They tell us which sites visitors are coming from and which of our adverts they like best. These Cookies don’t collect information that identifies you, they are only used to improve how a website works.
Performance Cookies used on our website:
- Google Analytics
Functionality Cookies help us make our content relevant to you as much as possible. They remember any information (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and help us to carry out research and statistical analysis allowing us to better understand your requirements. They also remember previous choices you’ve made, like if you’ve already rejected a request to complete a questionnaire and won’t waste your time asking you again. This allows us to bring you a more personal service on our site.
Functionality Cookies used on our website:
- wordpress_test_cookie — tests to see if cookies are enabled in your web browser
- pll_language — saves your chosen language
- viewed_cookie_policy — saved your cookie preference settings