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What are Cookies?

Cookies are simply small pieces of data, which are stored as text files on your computer, whenever you visit certain websites. Their typical purpose is to help sites remember particular actions you may have done there in the past. For example, cookies may track when you have logged into a site, visited certain pages or clicked certain buttons. They do not contain chocolate chips, you cannot eat them and there is no special, hidden jar.


Are Cookies harmful?

Cookies cannot harm you or your computer. They cannot contain viruses, cannot install harmful software and cannot damage your computer in any way. I do not use cookies to store any sensitive information, such as name, address or contact details.

Despite this, if you do wish to disable or remove cookies, please see the Help section of your browser or mobile device. Each browser or device handles the management of cookies differently, so you will need to refer to your appropriate Help documentation. However, as mentioned, please be aware that cookies are essential for certain features of this site to work properly.


What Cookies are Stored?

If you visit the site and click on the blue 'Move Along' button, a cookie (cookieconsent_status) is generated to store your cookie preferences! A second cookie (PHPSESSID) is generated to remember this session while the site is open in your browser - it is deleted as soon as you leave the site. If you login and opt for your details to be remembered, two additional cookies are stored (MRFC001 and MRC002). These cookies contain randomly generated values that I can then use to lookup your last session. No personal information is stored in any of these cookies.


BY CONTINUING TO USE THIS WEBSITE, YOU AGREE TO BE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS COOKIES POLICY AND MY USE OF COOKIES AS DISCLOSED IN THIS POLICY.

Mr F

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