Cookies have many uses, but fundamentally they are used to store session information as you move from page to page inside a website. Common uses are to enable shopping-basket functionality or to ensure you do not need to change language preferences each time you move to a new page within a site. None of the cookies used within this site enable us to track information on individual users.
The cookies we use are:
Cookies Set By Google Analytics The Google Analytics
cookie contains a randomly-generated ID which is used to recognise your browser when you view a page. The cookie contains some personal information about your browser configuration and your location, however we cannot identify you as an individual user from this cookie within Google Analytics. The data generated from this cookie is used to create a picture of an ‘average user’ to gain an understanding of which pages are most and least popular within the site to improve the user experience.