What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small, basic text files, that are downloaded by your computer, mobile or internet browsing device upon visiting a website. Upon returning to a website these cookies can send information that identify the user has used the site before. This is how cookies are used for marketing purposes and to improve a person’s browsing experience. Some cookies are also essential for a website to function correctly.
Necessary – A number of cookies are strictly necessary, and allow for the website to function correctly. These do not handle personal data.
Performance – These are usually anonymous, and allow website issues to be identified. Once identified, problems can be rectified to improve your browsing experience.
Marketing – Marketing cookies handle data unique to you (but not personally identifiable). This includes your browsing habits of our site and helps us to make our online adverts relevant to you. Functionality and Profile
Cookies – This includes the information you submit when booking a consultation via our online form, and interacting with website content such as watching videos. These cookies do not track your browsing activity elsewhere.