Cookies help us remember you and show you more of the things we think you’ll like

Cookies are small files, typically containing letters and numbers that are downloaded on to your computer, smart phone or tablet device by websites that you visit. Cookies are widely used to make websites work or work more efficiently. We use cookies to keep track of what you have in your basket, to display your recently viewed items and to provide you with relevant product recommendations and also to remember you when you return to our website. We also use cookies, in the same way as most websites to help us make sure that the adverts you see on the internet are relevant to your interests.

If you do not wish to enable cookies, you will still be able to browse our website, however, if you would like to order products or manage your account, you will need to have cookies enabled – please see the section on managing cookies which provides further information about this.

Different kinds of cookies

Session cookies – only last for the duration of your browsing session on the website. Your web browser would normally delete when the session expires.

Persistent cookies – these last longer than the browser session e.g. if you log into a website and then return to the website some days later, the website remembers who you are and displays a welcome message to you. Persistent cookies enable this to happen.

First party cookies – these are set by the domain (or sub-domain) in the web browser.

Third party cookies – these are set by a different domain to the one on the website you are looking at. Third party cookies are used for a variety of reasons. The uses of these are outlined in the third party cookie section.

Local Storage

Local storage is a type of web storage that saves data locally on your device. It is similar to cookies and data is saved even when you close your browser or move away from the website that you have been browsing to another one. This data is stored until you either manually delete it, or it is deleted automatically by your browser or operating system.