Cookies are small pieces of data stored on your computer by the web browser you’re using. They’re not very sophisticated at all. In fact, they’re just text files. And not very interesting to look at. Here’s an example:
Cookies and the law
Necessary website cookies
We use a unique XSRF Token cookie as a security measure to protect you against malicious activities such as cross-site scripting. This token is used to validate your user session each time you submit a form or perform an action, which requires a security check.
These cookies help us analyse our website's performance. They count how many people visit the site and how they use it. This helps us improve the way the website works. For example, we can make information easier to find and read.
Facebook marketing pixel
Advertising, recommendations, insights and measurement
We use a Facebook marketing cookie to help us show ads and to make recommendations for our website visitor's who may be interested in the products, services or causes we promote. We also use this cookie to help us measure the performance of ad campaigns on Facebook.
We use Trustpilot widgets to display reviews across our website, which means we are required to add Trustpilot third party scripts to our website. Trustpilot collect data and store cookies for their own purposes, you can read more about it here.
If you don’t want your cookies on, you can disable them by adjusting the settings on your browser.