What is a ‘Cookie’?

A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a small text file that a website transfers to an internet user's computer so that the website can remember who you are.Cookies are used by almost all major websites. Without cookies, it would be very difficult for a website to allow a visitor to add items to a shopping basket or to remember the user's preferences or registration details for a future visit.Websites use cookies because they save time and make the browsing experience more efficient and enjoyable.

Where we use Cookies

We use cookies on and want you to know more about how, where and why. Cookies don’t share any personal information with us; they are just a way for us to remember who you are.

Registration and Log in

To ensure that your sign up process is both smooth and effective we track the progress with a cookie to confirm the steps you’ve taken. We also use cookies as a way to authenticate you as a registered user, giving you access to your user profile and certain otherwise inaccessible areas of the website.


To enable basic personalisation of the website we use cookies. If we can identify trends in your behaviour we can show you more of the offers and deals we know you like.


We use cookies to tell us how our visitors use; where they come from and which pages they visit. We do this so that we can constantly improve the user experience and fix any problems there might be on the also uses Google Analytics to track statistics on the number of hits on the page and the user journeys. We only ever use this information to enhance your experience of using and to measure web page usage so we can make informed decisions on where we need to improve our services.

More about cookies

If you want to find out more about cookies or if you want to know how to delete or control the cookies that are stored on your computer you can visit