This site makes use of your device to store text data in the form of cookies and browser storage. All data stored is anonymised, meaning that none of the cookies used by this site can be used to identify you personally.
What are Cookies?
A cookie is a string of text that a website stores and accesses on your device. The purpose of the cookie is to "remember something", such as what's in your shopping cart. Some cookies are "strictly necessary" - for example, cookies used to remember what's in your shopping cart.
Useful Cookie Definitions
Session cookies are deleted once you close your browser and Persistent cookies are deleted once they reach their expiry date.
First party cookies are cookies that are stored or accessed by our site, whereas Third party cookies are cookies that are stored or accessed by other companies.
Our Cookies (First Party)
Our website software uses a first party session cookie that can be identified by a unique 32 character code. Each visitor will receive a different 32 alpha-numeric identifier. An example will look like this: a2ef0i8h43sn0k2l7sudjsnd65n3ed28. This cookie is destroyed as soon as you close your browser. This cookie is "strictly necessary". If you refuse this cookie, you will not be able to make purchases on the site.
We use Analytics to provide us with visitor statistics. These statistics help us to understand how visitors got to our site and what content they spend time on. There are 2 First Party Persistent cookies used:
|_ga||2 years||Assigns a randomly generated number to identify each unique visitor throughout their visit on our site. Provides visitor, session and campaign data|
|_gat||10 minutes||Used to throttle the request rate, limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites|
You can refuse these cookies from our site by adjusting your browser settings, and/or deleting them if they are already set. You can also visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout where you can install an add-on for your browser to opt out of Google Analytics on all sites, not just ours. Before you do so, we would ask that you consider not removing these cookies, as Google Analytics provides us (and a lot of small businesses) with really useful data that helps us to monitor and improve our website.
Third Party cookies
No Third Party cookies are currently used on this site, but they may be set depending on whether or not you are logged in to social media, and actions you take such as sharing or bookmarking items on our site.
How to Handle Cookies by Adjusting your Browser Settings
Each browser is different, but most will allow you to:
- Delete cookies
- Accept or block cookies on a site by site basis
- Refuse or Accept all Third party cookies
- Add the Do not Track directive to your browser preventing you from being tracked on the internet
Since all browsers are a little different in how these settings can be made, we recommend you visit AboutCookies.org where you will find detailed instructions for almost all known browser types.