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What is a cookie?


Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website. They are used for purposes such as allowing us to keep track of what is in your shopping cart should you wish to buy something from us, remembering you when you return to our website and, ironically, storing your decision to accept the use of cookies on this website.


Disabling cookies


You can disable cookies in your browser but that will likely affect the functionality of this website. Many modern browsers such as Firefox support plugins, such as Privacy Badger, that allow you to view and have granular control over the cookies used by this or any other website.

Whilst cookies can store information about you, it is important to remember that cookies are stored on your computer and not on the websites that you visit. You are therefore able to delete them yourself at any time and you should refer to the instructions supplied with your browser for guidance on how to do so.


Types of cookies are used on this website


  1. Essential Cookies: These cookies are essential for the operation and functionality of this website such as the navigation and search functions. Cookies are set to enable us to process customer purchase activities such as ordering, email subscriptions and user registrations.
  2. Performance Cookies: We also use cookies to help us monitor the performance of this website and to thus allow us to identify and fix issues with the website in a timely manner. This enables us to identify and resolve any problems and therefore provide a better online experience. An example would be the cookies set by a content delivery network (CDN) that allow us to determine whether the content of the website is being delivered from the source servers or from the CDN.
  3. Third Party Cookies: Cookies by third parties, such as the providers of analytics services, are also used. These cookies are used to monitor our website traffic, performance and for remarketing purposes. These third-party cookies are used to collect aggregate data and do not therefore collect any personal data from which they would be able to identify individual users. This aggregate information is used to determine the usage patterns of the website so that decisions on server sizing, placement and scaling can be made.


Version: 1.1
Last update: 29 May 2022