This page provides details surrounding the cookies that we use across this website and what they are used for.
A cookie is a small file that is saved by your browser when you visit a website. It enables certain information about your visit to be stored by the site.
Some of these cookies are essential in order for a website to run as you would expect it to while others allow us to provide you with a better service (for example, understanding what content is most popular, to provide you more of the same).
For members, subscribers and registered users of our website, if your cookies aren’t enabled on your computer, it will mean that your experience when logged in to our website will be limited to browsing.
For more details about cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org.
The following describes the cookies used across this website and what they are used for:
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Providing you with this information is part of our initiative to fulfil recent legislation. We want to be sure that we are clear and honest about your privacy when using our website.
For independent information about cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org.
Most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically, by default. However, the settings of the browser you use can usually be changed to prevent automatic acceptance and to provide a prompt every time a cookie is sent to you or to allow you to choose not to receive cookies at all. However, the consequence of opting out of cookies will severely limit your ability to interact and use the on-line ordering/booking capabilities of our web site.
If you wish to block cookies, please use the link below and follow the relevant instructions. Take care to ensure that the instructions you select match the type and version of your browser software:
If you want to manage or delete cookies on your machine, then use the url below:
by phone: +44 (0) 207 549 4949
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or write to us at:
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