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What is a Cookie

Cookies are small files that get put on your computer by websites as you surf them. These cookies can store lots of information which can have privacy implications. We like to think all the cookies used on this site are fairly innocuous but that's for you to judge. Below we have listed each of the cookies that our site sets, grouped together by what they do and with detail as to why we use them. For those that want a little more information, we've added information which details the exact purpose of every single cookie we create. Lastly, we've included information about the time the cookie is kept on your system (is it kept after you leave the site, to be used when you return − persistent − or deleted once your visit is completed and only used for that visit − session).

Cookies which enable us to anonymously track your visit to our site

Like most websites, we use analytics software, such as Google Analytics. This software gathers anonymous data relating to how people are using this site and then provide us with visitor statistics, details of page views etc.

Cookies which make our site function correctly

We use session cookies to store information for the duration of your visit to the site. When your visit is finished the cookies are deleted. Our website typically use these cookies for the search functionality on the site.

Social Media Cookies

If you take the opportunity to 'share' Bradleys website content with friends through social networks – such as Facebook and Twitter - you may be sent cookies from these websites. We don't control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

Cookie NamePurposePersistent or SessionExpiry
utm* Family Tracking cookies set by Google Analytics as described above Persistent After 2 years
guest_id, k Tracking cookies for Twitter social media Persistent After 2 Years
datr, lu, locale, x-src Tracking cookies for Facebook social media Persistent After 2 Years
BEAT, ULS Tracking cookies for Google +1 social media Persistent After 2 Years

How do I disable cookies?

If you want to disable cookies you need to change your website browser settings to reject cookies. How to do this will depend on the browser you use

What happens if I disable cookies?

This depends on which cookies you disable, but in general the site may not operate properly if cookies are switched off. If you only disable 3rd party cookies you will not be prevented from viewing this site. If you disable all cookies you will be unable to complete a search on this site.

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