Cookies are pieces of information that include a unique reference code that a website passes to your device. This means the website can remember you and how you move from page to page within the website during your session online or they may persist on your device meaning the site can remember you when you leave and later return.
In addition to cookies, we use web beacons which are small image files that we use on the Site or in the body of our newsletters so that we can understand which parts of the Site are visited or whether certain products or services are of interest.
We have put our cookies into categories to help explain how these are used.
These cookies are essential for you to move around the Site and use its features, such as accessing secure payment areas. Without these cookies you would not, for example, be able to use our shopping bag or make payments.
These cookies help us to understand how visitors use our Site and services and whether they are also registered users of our free WiFi service. From this we generate anonymous statistics on our visitors, such as how they came to visit us, how long a visitor spends on our Site or uses our services and what they look at. We analyse this information to understand how we can make improvements to how our Site and services work.
These cookies allow us and our advertisers to show you the most relevant products, offers, and advertisements on the Site. Some of these cookies help our service providers to select advertisements that are based on your interests, including those expressed or inferred across websites, online services, and apps over time. Others help prevent the same advertisement from continuously reappearing for you.
These cookies allow us to remember choices that you make, such as your user name, language, the pages you wish to view, items you have compared, competitions and prize draws you have entered and your wish list. They may be used to provide services you have asked for and provide you with enhanced, personal features.
Flash cookies – We may use Adobe Flash Player to display video or image content. It may not be possible to block or restrict flash cookies using your browser settings, however information on how to control Flash Player privacy, and security settings is available from the Adobe Website:
Most computer or mobile browsers automatically accept cookies but, if you prefer, you can change your browser to prevent that or to tell you each time a cookie is set. You can also learn more about cookies by visiting all about cookies (see link below) which includes additional useful information on cookies and how to block cookies using different types of browser. Don't forget however, that if you block or delete all cookies you may not be able to make full use the Site or services..