Cookies are small data files that are sent to your browser and stored temporarily on your computer to help retain the information that you have entered whilst you browse our site. Pixel tags are used to help us see if emails from us have been received safely and at what time they are read.
A cookie will typically contain the name of the domain from which the cookie has come and the ‘lifetime’ of the cookie. Cookies do not give us your personal information, they provide us with non-personal information such as remembering your browser settings, what types of software you are using etc., so that we can work with the site to make it as easy to use as possible for you and all our visitors.
Certain cookies sent to your browser will help us to save you time. For example if you’re halfway through an online purchase our cookies will allow you to browse other areas of the website and then return to your purchase.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies but you can both delete existing cookies from your browser and, by editing your browser options, choose not to receive cookies in future. Please visit www.allaboutcookies.org for more information on this.
Please note that if you choose not to receive cookies then some areas of the website may fail to function as intended so degrading your user experience.