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Cookies created by this website
This website creates a number of cookies, which are refered to as first party cookies as they are specific to the host site that created them. All the first-party cookies which are created do not store any personal or sensitive information, or anything that makes you personally identifiable to us. They are used for essential functionality such as security when processing form data or for analytics which helps us use anonymous visitor data to gain a better understanding of how people use our website.
Our web server may create an essential session cookie which is essential for your use of some of the interactive elements of the website, such as contact forms. The cookie contains a session ID which is a mechanism for distinguishing your visit to our website from any other visitors that may be using the website at the same time. This cookie expires when you leave our website.
We use Google Analytics to track how our website visitors use our website, to find out where they came from and to report on the performance of our marketing campaigns.
No Personally Identifiable Information is passed to Google Analytics, which would be a breach of their usage terms & conditions. The data collected is aggregate and anonymous information.
We don't share the data that Google Analytics collects, and we don't believe that our use of Google Analytics is privacy-intrusive. We use the data that is collected in the following ways:
- to report, in aggregate, how our visitors find and use our website;
- to understand overall visitor behaviour; and
- to inform how we update and improve our website.
Cookies created by Google Analytics are:
_ga: is used to identify unique users and expires after two years.
_gat: is used to throttle the request rate and it expires after one minute
_gid: is used to identify the user and expires in 24 hours
We use a 3rd Party service called Typeform to add contact forms to our website. Typeform uses a cookie called attribution_user_id in conjunction with Google Analytics to determine the source of visitors who submit contact forms, to provide analytics data. This allows us to see where enquiries originate and from which marketing activities.
If you have any concerns about the cookies we create or the way we aim to attain consent from you, please contact us and we'll be happy to answer your questions.