'Essential' cookies are saved on your device when you visit our website. 'Non-essential' cookies will only be saved on your device with your consent. See the section below for more information on the types of cookies we use.
For information on consent or how you can opt out of cookie use on our site, see the section below about accepting or rejecting cookies.
Cookies are data files saved by your web browser on your device and stored there. They are used for many different reasons, such as storing login data for websites, tailoring a site to your individual preference and more.
Cookies are generally classified as 'essential' or 'non-essential'
Cookies are also typically categorised as ‘persistent’ or ‘session’ cookies. ‘Persistent’ cookies will remain on your device and expire after a certain period, or when you delete them yourself. ‘Session’ cookies will only last while your browser is active. Once you stop using your browser a ‘session’ cookie will expire.
Furthermore, cookies are also categorised as ‘First party’ and ‘Third party’. First party cookies are those placed on your device by our website domain, where Third Party cookies are placed there by a third-party domain.
We use a mixture of essential and non-essential cookies on the website to make the website work.
We use information gained from essential cookies in accordance with Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Your browser may allow you to block cookies, though this may cause sections of our site to work improperly or not function as intended for which we hold no responsibility.
By using this site you consent to using First Party Cookies. If you do not wish for these cookies to be used on your device please do not use the site.
To provide a quick and effective service for our customers it is necessary at times to share your data with third parties, including but not limited to, couriers and other postal services, card and payment processing partners.
This type of cookie retains data about the actions you take on a website. A common example is Google Analytics which will show how long you’ve visited for, which pages you visited, your location, where you arrived on our site from and more.
GA cookies are first party cookies. If you want more information on how Google Analytics uses your data, take a look here: Google Analytics Information.
If you would like more information on how Google uses data with its cookies, you can view this information at this address.
If you don’t want Google Analytics to track you on the internet, you can use the link here to register your opt out.
To see how Google uses data from cookies for its own determination, click here.
We will embed these in emails we use for marketing purposes so that we can track your receipt of our emails, how frequently you use ads on our site, your location, IP address and web browser information. This allows us to provide you with a more personalised and better experience when visiting our site. These are not typically stored on your device unless you download the GIF that contains the web beacon.
A Facebook pixel is a tracking pixel which allows us to determine the success of our Facebook advertisements and to keep improving them to provide you with better, more relevant adverts.
We may also use this pixel to retarget advertisements and create custom audiences using it.
In most instances you will be able to reject cookies using your internet browser. Please refer to the support for your browser to find out how to block cookies.
You can opt out of personalised adverts from Google AdSense here.
If you don’t want to receive targeted adverts on Facebook you can install the ‘Disconnect Facebook’ browser plugin which will stop Facebook tracking you. You can download the plugin here: