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Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy for Kirsty Freeman Design 

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are pieces of information that your computer stores on its hard drive. The cookies record your behaviour on the website, meaning that when you come back and visit the same website, it can customise your options and experience, based on the information which was collected the last time that you visited. Cookies are also often used to analyse traffic, informing marketing and advertising campaigns. Most websites use cookies in this way and they do not damage your system. You can change the types of cookies that you accept or check the cookies that you have accepted. You can usually find this information and amend it within your browser settings. If you decide that you would like to block a cookie at any time, you can do this by activating the relevant setting on your browser. This will allow you to refuse either all or just some cookies. If you do decide to use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) there is a possibility that you might not be able to access either all or specific parts of our website.

How Does Kirsty Freeman Design Use Cookies?

It is important for us to use cookies to track the way that you are using our website. This is because it helps us to understand your behaviours and track any patterns in the way that you are using our website. Through this information, we can make much more informed decisions about how we can improve and develop our website going forward. It also really helps us to know what services we need to offer, and offers insight into the products you may want. Cookies are either 'Session Cookies' or 'Persistent Cookies'. Session cookies are only stored on your computer for a limited time. As soon as you close your browser, the cookies are automatically deleted. This kind of cookie usually stores an anonymous session ID, which means that you can browse a website without the need to login to the pages. They also don't collect any kind of personal data from your computer. Persistent cookies, however, are stored on your computer as files. Even after closing your browser, the cookie files remain on your computer. When you visit the same website in the future, the cookie can be read by the website that created it.

 

What Cookies do you Use?
We use Strictly Necessary Cookies, Performance Cookies and Functionality Cookies. Strictly necessary cookies are essential to ensure that you can use the website correctly. There are instances, such as when you decide to buy a product or use a specific service, that these cookies are needed, which means that they can't be turned off. If you don't have these cookies, unfortunately, we are unable to provide products or services to you. Strictly necessary cookies don't collect information from your computer that could be used to remember where you have browsed on the internet, or collect any information that could be used for marketing purposes. Performance cookies are what help us to make improvements to our website. They allow us to monitor things such as the amount of visits, which parts of the website are visited most regularly and helps us to identify which sources are driving traffic to our website. Functionality cookies allow our website to track and remember the movements you make on our website. These help us to provide you with features to help your experience. For example, we can use this information to provide you with updates on the products and services you are using. Usually, the information that is collected by these cookies is anonymous and can be used to provide services that have been requested through things such as comments on a blog or a video.

[Please note that third parties who advertise on our website (including, for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies, over which we have no control. These cookies are likely to be analytical/performance cookies or targeting cookies].
To find out more information about cookies, or to find out more detailed information about how to disable cookies, visit https://www.aboutcookies.org.uk/