What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a file that is stored on your computer, smart phone or other device. Websites cannot save information so they save data about you in a “cookie” and store it on your computer.
Cookies can help a website remember who you are and some of the choices you made when you visited the website. This is how we are able to offer a wishlist and recently viewed item function.
Remembering your choices can also help make the website easier for you to use.
How you can Control Cookies
If you don’t want cookies on your computer you can change your browser settings so that it tells you when cookies are sent saved to it. You can also stop cookies altogether. You can delete cookies that have already been set.
You can do this through your browser settings. You can look at the Help menu in your browser, this should tell you how. Or you can visit www.aboutcookies.org, which has information about how to do this.
Our website may not work as well if you stop cookies.
There are also some specific cookies that you cannot stop this way.
Adobe Flash Player Cookies
If you want to restrict or block Flash Cookies you must do this on the Adobe website.
Cookies used by other organisations
We sometimes share photos and videos from websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YouTube. It’s good to be sociable. There may be cookies from these pages on our website. We do not control these cookies. You should check the other organisation’s website for more information about cookies from these pages.
If you follow a link from our website to another there will be cookies used there that we have no control over, and it’s up to you to read their cookie policies.