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Who Creates These Cookies?
Our website uses first and third party cookies. "First party cookies" are set by us. "Third party cookies" are created by Google Analytics (to analyse web usage) and "YouTube" to show videos.
Types of Cookies We Use
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Essential for you to move around the website and use features such as remembering your shopping cart. These cookies can't be turned off, but we can delete them if you have finished using our website.
"sid", our session cookie, helps to remember your shopping cart and your selections. It only stores a unique reference number on your device. (expires after 1 year)
Gathers anonymous data about how a visitors use the website.
"performance_cookie" - monitors page usage so we can tell which products and pages are more popular. (expires after 1 year)
Remembers your personal settings and details when you return.
"functional_cookie" - allows you to continue with an order that you started earlier (within the last 90 days). It allows us to monitor pages visited to assist with customer queries (e.g. a customer has difficulty completing an order) and fix programming faults it . (expires after 1 year). If you turn off functional cookies our website will only recall an order started within the last 90 minutes, as this is essential to use our website..
Personalised Advertising Cookies
Allows us to deliver more personalsed adverts, based on you and your interests, such as products viewed or purchased.
"personalised_adverts_cookie" - allows us to show adverts based on pages viewed and previous purchases.
Third Party Performance Cookies
We also use "Google Analytics" to see which pages are popular and YouTube (to show Videos). These both collect anonymous data about usage.
To opt out of Google Analytics and Advertising click Google Advert Settings. When you turn off our "performance cookies" we'll also stop sharing page tracking information with "Google Analytics".
Updated 31-May-2018 for GDPR
(General Data Protection Rules)