What are Cookies?
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to prevent this. The "help" area of the toolbar on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether. The cookies we use don't detect any information – including personal information such as credit/ debit card details that you may’ve stored on your computer – they’re harmless.
We have a small number of cookies on our website which help us to improve your overall experience when you visit our site. Below we’ve listed the third party cookies that we currently have and what we use them for. If you require more information on these third party cookies, including how to manage them we suggest you visit their website.
Add This: We have Add This cookies on our site which allows you to share pages on our website with your friends and family.
Red Eye and Google Analytics: We have Google analytics and Red Eye cookies on our website which helps us understand what part of our website you prefer and how we can improve the parts that you don’t like.
Affiliate Future: We have Affiliate Future cookies on our website so we can track which one of our adverts you clicked on before you reached our site.
Having your cookies turned on will improve your overall experience when you visit our website. Below we’ve explained how to change your cookie settings.
If you’re unsure of the type and version of the web browser that you’re using for PC’s click on Help towards the top of your browser and select About (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Safari). For Mac’s click on the Apple menu and select the About option (Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX, Safari on OSX, Mozilla and Netscape on OSX or Opera).
How to Turn Cookies on/off for PC’s
Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and 9.0)
1. Click on the Tools option which is in the top right hand corner of your browser, and then select Internet Settings.
2. When the Internet Options box appears select the Privacy Tab.
3. Then drag the square icon up and down to select your preferred cookie settings.
1. Click on the Tools option which is in the top of your browser.
2. When the Options box appears select the privacy tab.
3. Then under Firefox will: select ‘Use custom settings’ and then under this section select or deselect Accept cookies from site and Accept third party cookies.
1. Select Preferences which is in the top of your browser.
2. Click on Security in the top panel.
3. Either go to Accept Cookies or Block third-party and advertising cookies.
4. Click save.
How to Turn Cookies on/off for Macs
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX
1. Click on Explorer which is on the top of your browser and then select Preferences.
2. Scroll down to Cookies which is under receiving files.
3. Select the 'Never Ask' option.
Safari on OSX
1. At the top of your browser window click on Safari then select 'Preferences.
2. Click Security then Accept Cookies.
3. Then select Only from site you navigate to.
Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. At the top of your browser click 'Mozilla' or 'Netscape then select 'Preferences.
2. Scroll down to 'Privacy & Security' where you should see cookies.
3. Select Enable cookies for the originating web site only.
1. At the top of your browser window click Menu and select Settings.
2. Choose Preferences and select the Advanced tab.
3. Select Accept Cookies.
Our website is 100% secure. All of the personal information you give us is protected by a secure server. The secure server software SSL (Secure Socket Layers) encrypts all information you enter before it is sent to us. The information is only de-encrypted when it reaches our server.
We also have a ‘Firewall’ in place to protect our internal information from the Internet. If you make payment on-line all of your personal information is encrypted using SSL ("Secure Sockets Layer"). SSL is an industry-standard protocol for encryption over the internet. This prevents your personal information from being read by anyone else. This security layer is 128bit encrypted and protects your personal information from unauthorised access and malicious attack.