EU Cookie Law
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Cookies, what are they?
A cookie is a small file of data that can be stored on your computer when you visit a website.
Cookies contain anonymous information that helps a website to remember. Examples of this could be: your preferences for that website; shopping cart contents; log-ins; searches; themes; or settings. These files can also be used for analytical purposes, to assist the website owners in identifying popular pages on their website in order to develop a better browsing experience for visitors.
It’s understandable that some people will find the idea of cookies intrusive, so we want you to be reassured that we are not lurking in a dark corner of your computer collecting information about you without your knowledge. All information provided to us by you is voluntary e.g. creating an account on our website, signing up for our mailing list, purchasing items from us or contacting us first hand via email.
What Cookies are set?
Cookies may be classed as either First party or Third party.
|Catherine Jones||Frontend||Sets a session id and associates your actions to it for the length of the session.||End of Session||-|
|Catherine Jones||external_no_cache||A system cookie to determine if caching is available.||End of Session||-|
|Addthis||_atuvc||We use Addthis to embed our Facebook and Twitter links.||End of Session||http://www.addthis.com/privacy|
|Addthis||XTC||End of Session|
|Addthis||UID||End of Session|
|Addthis||UVC||End of Session|
|Google Analytics||_utmb||30 minutes from set/update|
|Google Analytics||_utmc||Not set|
|Google Analytics||_utmz||6 months from set/update|
|PayPal||-||-||-||If you use PayPal to checkout your order, PayPal and their associated companies could set cookies subject to their current policies. Visit PayPal for more information.|
|-||-||-||Through clicking 1 of our Facebook links, Facebook could set cookies. Visit Facebook's policy statement for more information.|
|-||-||-||Through clicking 1 of our Twitter links, Twitter could set cookies. Visit Twitter's policy statement for more information.|
For more in-depth information, a number of website resources are available: