Here you’ll find a list of the cookies we use, what they do and how you can manage them. Cookies are small text files downloaded on to your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit our website – or any site, in fact – that help sites monitor things like traffic, and help you do things like save items in your cart and return to them later.
All cookies can be managed through your internet browser, but bear in mind that if you reject essential cookies, you may be unable to access certain features on the website. The links below show you how to manage cookies through the browser you use:
These are necessary for the site to work. Without them, you may not be able to move around the site smoothly.
- PHP session ID
Sessions are a way of assigning site visits to individual users. In simple terms: this is what enables you do things specific to your needs, such as saving items to your cart.
This identifies trusted web traffic and will override any security restrictions based on the IP address you’re visiting from. For example, if you’re browsing on a public WiFi network where there are other users, this cookie can identify that your device is trusted. It does not store any information that could identify you personally.
These help us analyse how people use the site – the pages they visit most, the times site traffic is highest, and conversion rates, to name just a few things we measure.
- Google Analytics
These cookies collect information about how people use the site – the most-visited pages, time spent on different pages, site traffic levels, approximate location of site visitors. This information helps us improve both the business and the usability of the site itself.
The information is anonymised and we do not share it with any third party. If you have a Do Not Track setting enabled, we will assume you don't want to allow these cookies and we will block them. You can opt out of Google Analytics cookies here.
- Google Adwords
Google Adwords cookies help us see how many people come to us through our Google Ads, and also help us to show targeted adverts to people who have previously visited our site. These cookies cannot personally identify individuals, and can be disabled through your browser.
Bing cookies record information about transactions on the site for marketing purposes – but all the information is anonymous and can’t be used to identify you.
We use the independent review site Trustpilot to collect feedback on our services, and link to our page on Trustpilot from our website. The Trustpilot widget is displayed throughout our site using cookies.