on their computer, but these may prevent the Customer from accessing parts of the website.
To make full use of the Website, including ordering any of the Company’s products and services online, cookies will need to
Should the Customer not wish to enable cookies, they will still be able to browse the website and use it to find out about the
Company’s products and services. Most web browsers have cookies enabled; however, if the Customer prefers to restrict, block or
delete cookies this can be done through their browser. Each browser is different, so check the ‘Help’ menu of the particular browser
(or mobile phone’s handset manual) to learn how to change cookie preferences.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are harmless small text files that are stored on the computer or mobile device when visiting websites. The browser send
these cookies back to the website every time the Customer visits the site again, so it can recognise the Customer and can then tailor
what the Customer sees on the the screen.
Cookies do not store personally identifiable information such as the Customer’s name, address or payment details, but rather
gathers encrypted information that can help Companies improve the Customer’s experience of using the Website. For example,
they help the Company to identify and resolve errors or to determine relevant related products and content to show the Customer
when they are browsing.
If the Customer would like more information on cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org (please note that the Company is not
responsible for the content of external websites).