A cookie is a chunk of information sent by a web server to a clients web browser, where the web browser stores it on the client’s device. Each time the web browser requests a page from the server the cookie information is sent back to the server. This enables the web server to pass data between page requests and track a web browser.
There are two types of cookies we may use on this website, these are “session” cookies and/or “persistent” cookies.
Session cookies keep track of you whilst you navigate around our website such as monitoring and supporting your progress through our booking system or keeping anonymous statistics on how many pages you visited on this occasion. A session cookie is deleted from your computer when you close your browser (or within 30 minutes)
Persistent cookies are used to enable our website to recognize choices you made for future use. A persistent cookie will remain stored on your computer for a long period of time when they reach a specified expiry date.
Most web browsers allow you to control how you want cookies to work on your system and include the option to reject all cookies. Blocking cookies will have a negative impact on the functions of most websites, our website may not behave as intended on a browser with disabled cookies.
What Cookies Do We Use
1. Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to monitor our website traffic, discover trends and improve our website. Google Analytics uses 4 core cookies to generate the data it uses. All the data collected via Google Analytics is transferred via HTTPS to ensure it is encrypted and remains fully anonymous.