Cookies are small amounts of information which are stored on a user’s computer to help the website remember specific things or actions.
Cookies are commonly used and are intended to record small amounts of data specific to a particular website user, and can be accessed either by the web server or on the client computer. Consequently, web pages can be tailored to enhance the user experience, the web page may perform different actions depending on the value of the ‘cookie’ or the cookie can help report on the usage of the website in the form of website analytics such as Google analytics.
Analytics helps us understand where the website is working well and where there are potential issues for the user on specific pages so we can improve the user experience. For more information on cookies, please click here.
How Can I Disable Cookies?
Cookies can be disabled on your site. To understand how, please click here.
- To record website usage and initiate analytics. This does not record specific details such as name and address details, but instead focuses on how the website is being used i.e. which pages were visited, how long were they viewed, where do web users leave our site. This is intended to helps us understand where our website is working well and where there are opportunities for improvement
- Within our admin system, cookies are also used, but this is used internally only and not available to the wider community