What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that a website stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit. They save information about your behavior for when you go back to the site. Cookies don’t identify you as an individual – they simply collect statistical data about your browsing activities. They help us improve this website and give you a better, more personalized experience.
You can limit cookies using your personal browser settings. If you do this, our website might not work as well as it could.
Types of cookies
There are four main types of web cookies.
- Necessary cookies are essential for the site to work and to provide features you’ve asked for (for example, a shopping basket).
- Performance cookies collect anonymous information about you to check and improve website performance. These types of cookies are used by website analytics tools like Google Analytics.
- Functionality cookies remember your choices, so that the website works in the way you prefer the next time you visit – for example, they might log your setting or layout preferences.
- Targeting or advertising cookies also collect data about your behavior so that websites can offer you products and services based on your profile.