Traditional Martial Art & Olympic Sport of Taekwondo, Keighley & Skipton

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PRIVACY POLICY AND COOKIES POLICY We   at   Strike   Taekwondo,   Unit   9   Keighley   Business   Centre,   South   Street,   Keighley,   BD21   1SY.   Tel   07919898651   (“we”   or   “our”   or   “us”)   want   to make    sure    all    the    personal    information    we    have    collected    about    you,    is    safe    and    secure    whether    we    collect    it    through    our    website    at www.striketaekwondo.co.uk   (“Site”)   or   from   other   sources.      This   Policy   set   outs   our   commitments   to   you,   in   compliance   with   and   beyond   the General Data Protection Regulation (commonly known as the GDPR) and explains how we collect, store and use your personal information. We   have   appointed   a   Data   Protection   Officer   to   oversee   our   compliance   with   data   protection,   our   DPO   has   overall   responsibility   for   data protection   compliance   in   our   organisation.      If   you   have   any   questions   about   this   Policy   or   what   we   do   with   your   personal   information,   their   contact details are set out in the "Contact" section below. PRIVACY NOTICES Collecting   specific,   relevant   personal   information   is   a   necessary   part   of   us   being   able   to   provide   you   with   any   services   you   may   request   from   us   or in providing services to our customers and members or just managing our relationship with you. When   we   hold   or   use   your   personal   information   as   a   data   controller   (see   below   for   a   description   of   what   this   is)   we   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy notice   which   sets   out   in   detail   what   information   we   hold   about   you   (such   as   your   contact   details,   address,   etc.),   how   your   personal   information may be used and the reasons for these uses, together with details of your rights.  Where   we   collect   personal   information   from   you   directly,   we   will   provide   this   privacy   notice   at   the   time   we   collect   the   personal   information   from you.      Where   we   receive   your   personal   information   indirectly,   we   will   provide   this   privacy   notice   when   we   first   contact   you,   first   pass   the   data   to someone else or within a month, whichever is the earlier. We   will   only   provide   this   privacy   notice   to   you   once,   generally   at   the   start   of   our   relationship   with   you.      However   if   the   applicable   privacy   notice   is updated substantially, then we may provide you with details of the updated version.  You are encouraged to check back regularly for updates. Copies of our current privacy notices can be found below: Member privacy notice: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/intprivacy Privacy notice for everyone else external to our organisation: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/extprivacy Please   note   that   it   is   possible   for   you   to   be   covered   by   more   than   one   privacy   notice,   for   example   you   may   be   a   member   who   comes   onto   our premises and is recorded on CCTV.  In this example both our member privacy notice and our CCTV privacy notice would apply to you. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DATA CONTROLLERS/PROCESSORS A   data   controller   is   a   person   who   controls   how   personal   information   is   processed   and   used.      A   data   processor   is   a   person   who   processes   and uses personal information in accordance with the instructions of a third party, i.e. the data controller. This   distinction   is   important.      You   have   certain   rights   in   relation   to   your   personal   information,   for   example   the   right   to   be   provided   with   the personal   information   held   about   you   and   details   of   its   use   and   the   right   to   have   certain   of   your   personal   information   either   erased   or   anonymised, commonly   referred   to   as   the   right   to   be   forgotten   (see   below   to   see   what   rights   you   have).     These   rights   can   generally   only   be   exercised   against   a data controller of your information.  In   most   cases   we   will   be   a   data   controller   of   your   personal   information.      In   any   case   where   we   are   not   a   data   controller   this   means   that   you cannot   exercise   these   rights   against   us   directly   (i.e.   where   we   only   act   as   a   data   processor),   but   you   can   do   so   against   the   data   controller   (i.e.   the person   who   controls   how   we   process   the   personal   information).      In   these   cases   we   will   endeavour   to   inform   you   who   is   the   data   controller   of   your personal information so that you can direct any such requests to them. Also   it   is   only   a   data   controller   that   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice   about   your   personal   information,   so   where   we   process   your   personal information   as   a   data   controller   we   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice.      Where   we   process   your   personal   information   as   a   data   processor   for   a third   party,   that   third   party   should   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice   which   will   set   out   details   regarding   the   processing   of   your   personal information, which should also include the processing to be carried out by us on their behalf. HOW DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? We   will   use   your   personal   information   as   described   in   the   privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but,   for   example,   we   may   use   your   personal   information to   administer   any   account(s)   you   have   with   us   or   to   send   you   information   we   think   you   might   find   useful,   provided   you   have   indicated   that   you   are happy   to   be   contacted   for   these   purposes.      To   see   how   we   use   your   personal   information,   please   see   our   current   privacy   notices,   which   can   be accessed below: Member privacy notice: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/intprivacy Privacy notice for everyone else external to our organisation: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/extprivacy WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH? Details   of   how   we   disclose   your   personal   information   are   set   out   in   the   relevant   privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but   generally   it   is   where   we   need to   do   so   in   order   to   run   our   organisation   (e.g.   where   other   people   process   information   for   us).   In   such   circumstances,   we   will   put   in   place arrangements   to   protect   your   personal   information.      Outside   of   that   we   do   not   disclose   your   personal   information   unless   we   are   required   to   do   so by law.  If   we   transfer   personal   information   about   you   outside   the   European   Economic   Area   (EEA),   we   will   let   you   know   and   ensure   that   all   reasonable security   measures   are   taken   and   that   any   third   party   processers   will   be   required   to   process   the   information   in   accordance   with   information protection laws and we will notify you in your privacy notice if we are the information controller. We do not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. HOW LONG DO WE HOLD ON TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? Further   details   of   how   long   we   hold   onto   your   personal   information   for   are   set   out   in   the   relevant   privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but   we   will   only hold your information for as long as is necessary or where you ask us to delete records we may delete it earlier.  The   duration   for   which   we   retain   your   personal   information   will   differ   depending   on   the   type   of   information   and   the   reason   why   it   was   collected. However,   in   some   cases   personal   information   may   be   retained   on   a   long   term   basis:   for   example,   personal   information   that   we   need   to   retain   for legal purposes will normally be retained for at least six years in accordance with usual commercial practice and regulatory requirements. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS? Full   details   of   your   rights   set   out   in   the   relevant   privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but   you   are   entitled   by   law   to   ask   for   a   copy   of   your   personal information   at   any   time. You   are   also   entitled   to   ask   us   to   correct,   delete   or   update   your   personal   information,   to   send   your   personal   information   to you   or   another   organisation   and   to   object   to   automated   decision   making.   Where   you   have   given   us   your   consent   to   use   your   personal   information in a particular manner, you also have the right to withdraw this consent at any time.  To   exercise   any   of   your   rights,   or   if   you   have   any   questions   relating   to   your   rights,   please   contact   us   by   using   the   details   set   out   in   the   "Contact" section below. You can also unsubscribe from any direct marketing by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the marketing messages we send to you. You   should   note   that   some   of   your   rights   may   not   apply   as   they   have   specific   requirements   and   exemptions   which   apply   to   them   and   they   may not   also   apply   to   personal   information   recorded   and   stored   by   us.      However   your   right   to   withdraw   consent   or   object   to   processing   for   direct marketing are absolute rights. If   you   are   unhappy   with   the   way   we   are   using   your   personal   information   you   can   complain   to   the   UK   Information   Commissioner’s   Office   or   your local    data    protection    regulator.    More    information    about    your    legal    rights    can    be    found    on    the    Information    Commissioner’s    website    at https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/.  However, we are here to help and would encourage you to contact us to resolve your complaint first. LINKING WITH THIRD PARTY SITES Our   Site   may,   from   time   to   time,   contain   links   to   and   from   the   websites   of   our   commercial   partners,   other   regional   bodies,   advertisers   and   clubs.     If   you   follow   a   link   to   any   of   these   websites,   please   note   that   these   websites   have   their   own   privacy   policies   and   they   will   be   a   data   controller   of your   personal   information.   We   do   not   accept   any   responsibility   or   liability   for   these   policies   and   you   should   check   these   policies   before   you   submit any personal information to these websites. In   addition,   if   you   linked   to   this   Site   from   a   third-party   site,   we   cannot   be   responsible   for   the   privacy   policies   and   practices   of   the   owners   or operators   of   that   third-party   site   and   recommend   that   you   check   the   policy   of   that   third   party   site   and   contact   its   owner   or   operator   if   you   have   any concerns or questions. SECURITY We   employ   a   variety   of   technical   and   organisational   measures   to   keep   your   personal   information   safe   and   to   prevent   unauthorised   access   to,   or use,   or   disclosure   of   it.   Unfortunately,   no   information   transmission   over   the   Internet   is   guaranteed   100%   secure   nor   is   any   storage   of   information always 100% secure, but we do take all appropriate steps to protect the security of your personal information.  COOKIES Certain   parts   of   our   Site   use   "cookies"   to   keep   track   of   your   visit   and   to   help   you   navigate   between   sections.   A   cookie   is   a   small   data   file   that certain   websites   store   on   your   computer's   hard-drive   when   you   visit   such   websites.   Cookies   can   contain   information   such   as   your   user   ID   and   the pages you have visited. The only personal information a cookie contains is information that you have personally supplied. We   use   cookies   on   our   Site   to   enable   us   to   deliver   content   that   is   specific   to   your   interests   and   gives   us   an   idea   of   which   parts   of   the   Site   you   are visiting   and   to   recognise   you   when   you   return   to   the   Site.   Reading   cookies   does   not   give   us   access   to   other   information   on   your   computer's   hard- drive and our Site will not read cookies created by other websites that you have visited. You   may   refuse   to   accept   cookies   by   activating   the   setting   on   your   browser   which   allows   you   to   refuse   the   setting   of   cookies.   If,   however,   you select   this   setting   you   may   be   unable   to   access   certain   parts   of   the   Site.   Unless   you   have   adjusted   your   browser   settings   so   that   it   will   refuse cookies, our system will issue cookies when you access the Site. Please   note   providers   of   third   party   content   may   also   use   cookies   over   which   we   have   no   control.   Further   details   on   the   cookies   we   use,   can   be found at the foot of this page. LOG FILES In   common   with   most   websites,   our   Site   logs   various   information   about   visitors,   including   internet   protocol   (IP)   addresses,   browser   type,   internet service provider (ISP) information, referring / exit pages and date / time stamp. We   may   use   this   information   to   analyse   trends,   administer   the   Site,   track   your   movement   around   the   Site   and   gather   broad   demographic information. CHANGES TO THIS POLICY Any   changes   we   may   make   to   this   Policy   in   the   future   will   be   posted   on   our   Site   and,   where   appropriate,   notified   to   you   by   e-mail.   When   we change   this   Policy   in   a   material   way,   we   will   update   the   version   date   at   the   bottom   of   this   page.   Please   check   back   frequently   to   see   any   updates or changes to this Policy and should you object to any alteration, please contact us as set out in the "Contact" section below. CONTACT In   the   event   of   any   query   or   complaint   in   connection   with   the   information   we   hold   about   you,   or   to   contact   our   Data   Protection   Officer,   please email   lisa@striketaekwondo.co.uk   or   write   to   us   at:   Strike   Taekwondo,   Unit   F9   Keighley   Business   Centre,   South   Street,   Keighley,   West   Yorkshire, BD21 1 SY. Whilst   this   privacy   policy   sets   out   a   general   summary   of   your   legal   rights   in   respect   of   personal   information,   this   is   a   very   complex   area   of   law. More information about your legal rights can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website at https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/. 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Privacy Policy
© All images copyright of Strike Taekwondo ®

 Traditional Martial Art & Olympic Sport of Taekwondo, Keighley & Skipton

Experience ~ Enjoy ~ Excel

®
We    at    Strike    Taekwondo,    Unit    9    Keighley    Business    Centre,    South    Street, Keighley,   BD21   1SY. Tel   07919898651   (“we”   or   “our”   or   “us”)   want   to   make   sure all   the   personal   information   we   have   collected   about   you,   is   safe   and   secure whether   we   collect   it   through   our   website   at   www.striketaekwondo.co.uk   (“Site”) or    from    other    sources.        This    Policy    set    outs    our    commitments    to    you,    in compliance     with     and     beyond     the     General     Data     Protection     Regulation (commonly   known   as   the   GDPR)   and   explains   how   we   collect,   store   and   use your personal information. We   have   appointed   a   Data   Protection   Officer   to   oversee   our   compliance   with data    protection,    our    DPO    has    overall    responsibility    for    data    protection compliance   in   our   organisation.      If   you   have   any   questions   about   this   Policy   or what   we   do   with   your   personal   information,   their   contact   details   are   set   out   in the "Contact" section below. PRIVACY NOTICES Collecting   specific,   relevant   personal   information   is   a   necessary   part   of   us being   able   to   provide   you   with   any   services   you   may   request   from   us   or   in providing    services    to    our    customers    and    members    or    just    managing    our relationship with you. When   we   hold   or   use   your   personal   information   as   a   data   controller   (see   below for   a   description   of   what   this   is)   we   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice   which sets   out   in   detail   what   information   we   hold   about   you   (such   as   your   contact details,   address,   etc.),   how   your   personal   information   may   be   used   and   the reasons for these uses, together with details of your rights.  Where   we   collect   personal   information   from   you   directly,   we   will   provide   this privacy   notice   at   the   time   we   collect   the   personal   information   from   you.      Where we   receive   your   personal   information   indirectly,   we   will   provide   this   privacy notice   when   we   first   contact   you,   first   pass   the   data   to   someone   else   or   within   a month, whichever is the earlier. We   will   only   provide   this   privacy   notice   to   you   once,   generally   at   the   start   of   our relationship   with   you.      However   if   the   applicable   privacy   notice   is   updated substantially,   then   we   may   provide   you   with   details   of   the   updated   version.     You are encouraged to check back regularly for updates. Copies of our current privacy notices can be found below: Member privacy notice: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/intprivacy Privacy     notice     for     everyone     else     external     to     our     organisation: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/extprivacy Please   note   that   it   is   possible   for   you   to   be   covered   by   more   than   one   privacy notice,   for   example   you   may   be   a   member   who   comes   onto   our   premises   and is   recorded   on   CCTV.      In   this   example   both   our   member   privacy   notice   and   our CCTV privacy notice would apply to you. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DATA CONTROLLERS/PROCESSORS A    data    controller    is    a    person    who    controls    how    personal    information    is processed   and   used.      A   data   processor   is   a   person   who   processes   and   uses personal   information   in   accordance   with   the   instructions   of   a   third   party,   i.e.   the data controller. This   distinction   is   important.     You   have   certain   rights   in   relation   to   your   personal information,   for   example   the   right   to   be   provided   with   the   personal   information held   about   you   and   details   of   its   use   and   the   right   to   have   certain   of   your personal   information   either   erased   or   anonymised,   commonly   referred   to   as   the right   to   be   forgotten   (see   below   to   see   what   rights   you   have).      These   rights   can generally only be exercised against a data controller of your information.  In   most   cases   we   will   be   a   data   controller   of   your   personal   information.      In   any case   where   we   are   not   a   data   controller   this   means   that   you   cannot   exercise these   rights   against   us   directly   (i.e.   where   we   only   act   as   a   data   processor),   but you   can   do   so   against   the   data   controller   (i.e.   the   person   who   controls   how   we process   the   personal   information).      In   these   cases   we   will   endeavour   to   inform you   who   is   the   data   controller   of   your   personal   information   so   that   you   can direct any such requests to them. Also   it   is   only   a   data   controller   that   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice   about your   personal   information,   so   where   we   process   your   personal   information   as   a data   controller   we   will   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice.      Where   we   process your   personal   information   as   a   data   processor   for   a   third   party,   that   third   party should   provide   you   with   a   privacy   notice   which   will   set   out   details   regarding   the processing    of    your    personal    information,    which    should    also    include    the processing to be carried out by us on their behalf. HOW DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? We    will    use    your    personal    information    as    described    in    the    privacy    notice provided   to   you,   but,   for   example,   we   may   use   your   personal   information   to administer   any   account(s)   you   have   with   us   or   to   send   you   information   we   think you   might   find   useful,   provided   you   have   indicated   that   you   are   happy   to   be contacted   for   these   purposes.      To   see   how   we   use   your   personal   information, please see our current privacy notices, which can be accessed below: Member privacy notice: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/intprivacy Privacy     notice     for     everyone     else     external     to     our     organisation: www.striketaekwondo.co.uk/extprivacy WHO DO WE SHARE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH? Details   of   how   we   disclose   your   personal   information   are   set   out   in   the   relevant privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but   generally   it   is   where   we   need   to   do   so   in order   to   run   our   organisation   (e.g.   where   other   people   process   information   for us).   In   such   circumstances,   we   will   put   in   place   arrangements   to   protect   your personal    information.        Outside    of    that    we    do    not    disclose    your    personal information unless we are required to do so by law.  If   we   transfer   personal   information   about   you   outside   the   European   Economic Area   (EEA),   we   will   let   you   know   and   ensure   that   all   reasonable   security measures   are   taken   and   that   any   third   party   processers   will   be   required   to process   the   information   in   accordance   with   information   protection   laws   and   we will notify you in your privacy notice if we are the information controller. We do not sell, trade or rent your personal information to others. HOW LONG DO WE HOLD ON TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION? Further   details   of   how   long   we   hold   onto   your   personal   information   for   are   set out   in   the   relevant   privacy   notice   provided   to   you,   but   we   will   only   hold   your information   for   as   long   as   is   necessary   or   where   you   ask   us   to   delete   records we may delete it earlier.  The   duration   for   which   we   retain   your   personal   information   will   differ   depending on   the   type   of   information   and   the   reason   why   it   was   collected.   However,   in some   cases   personal   information   may   be   retained   on   a   long   term   basis:   for example,   personal   information   that   we   need   to   retain   for   legal   purposes   will normally   be   retained   for   at   least   six   years   in   accordance   with   usual   commercial practice and regulatory requirements. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS? Full   details   of   your   rights   set   out   in   the   relevant   privacy   notice   provided   to   you, but   you   are   entitled   by   law   to   ask   for   a   copy   of   your   personal   information   at   any time.   You   are   also   entitled   to   ask   us   to   correct,   delete   or   update   your   personal information,   to   send   your   personal   information   to   you   or   another   organisation and   to   object   to   automated   decision   making.   Where   you   have   given   us   your consent   to   use   your   personal   information   in   a   particular   manner,   you   also   have the right to withdraw this consent at any time.  To   exercise   any   of   your   rights,   or   if   you   have   any   questions   relating   to   your rights,   please   contact   us   by   using   the   details   set   out   in   the   "Contact"   section below.   You   can   also   unsubscribe   from   any   direct   marketing   by   clicking   on   the unsubscribe link in the marketing messages we send to you. You   should   note   that   some   of   your   rights   may   not   apply   as   they   have   specific requirements   and   exemptions   which   apply   to   them   and   they   may   not   also   apply to   personal   information   recorded   and   stored   by   us.      However   your   right   to withdraw   consent   or   object   to   processing   for   direct   marketing   are   absolute rights. If   you   are   unhappy   with   the   way   we   are   using   your   personal   information   you can   complain   to   the   UK   Information   Commissioner’s   Office   or   your   local   data protection   regulator.   More   information   about   your   legal   rights   can   be   found   on the    Information    Commissioner’s    website    at    https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/.      However,   we   are   here   to   help   and   would   encourage   you   to   contact   us   to resolve your complaint first. LINKING WITH THIRD PARTY SITES Our   Site   may,   from   time   to   time,   contain   links   to   and   from   the   websites   of   our commercial   partners,   other   regional   bodies,   advertisers   and   clubs.      If   you   follow a   link   to   any   of   these   websites,   please   note   that   these   websites   have   their   own privacy   policies   and   they   will   be   a   data   controller   of   your   personal   information. We   do   not   accept   any   responsibility   or   liability   for   these   policies   and   you   should check    these    policies    before    you    submit    any    personal    information    to    these websites. In   addition,   if   you   linked   to   this   Site   from   a   third-party   site,   we   cannot   be responsible   for   the   privacy   policies   and   practices   of   the   owners   or   operators   of that   third-party   site   and   recommend   that   you   check   the   policy   of   that   third   party site and contact its owner or operator if you have any concerns or questions. SECURITY We   employ   a   variety   of   technical   and   organisational   measures   to   keep   your personal   information   safe   and   to   prevent   unauthorised   access   to,   or   use,   or disclosure   of   it.   Unfortunately,   no   information   transmission   over   the   Internet   is guaranteed    100%    secure    nor    is    any    storage    of    information    always    100% secure,   but   we   do   take   all   appropriate   steps   to   protect   the   security   of   your personal information.  COOKIES Certain   parts   of   our   Site   use   "cookies"   to   keep   track   of   your   visit   and   to   help you    navigate    between    sections.   A    cookie    is    a    small    data    file    that    certain websites   store   on   your   computer's   hard-drive   when   you   visit   such   websites. Cookies   can   contain   information   such   as   your   user   ID   and   the   pages   you   have visited.   The   only   personal   information   a   cookie   contains   is   information   that   you have personally supplied. We   use   cookies   on   our   Site   to   enable   us   to   deliver   content   that   is   specific   to your   interests   and   gives   us   an   idea   of   which   parts   of   the   Site   you   are   visiting and   to   recognise   you   when   you   return   to   the   Site.   Reading   cookies   does   not give   us   access   to   other   information   on   your   computer's   hard-drive   and   our   Site will not read cookies created by other websites that you have visited. You   may   refuse   to   accept   cookies   by   activating   the   setting   on   your   browser which   allows   you   to   refuse   the   setting   of   cookies.   If,   however,   you   select   this setting   you   may   be   unable   to   access   certain   parts   of   the   Site.   Unless   you   have adjusted   your   browser   settings   so   that   it   will   refuse   cookies,   our   system   will issue cookies when you access the Site. Please   note   providers   of   third   party   content   may   also   use   cookies   over   which we   have   no   control.   Further   details   on   the   cookies   we   use,   can   be   found   at   the foot of this page. LOG FILES In   common   with   most   websites,   our   Site   logs   various   information   about   visitors, including    internet    protocol    (IP)    addresses,    browser    type,    internet    service provider (ISP) information, referring / exit pages and date / time stamp. We   may   use   this   information   to   analyse   trends,   administer   the   Site,   track   your movement around the Site and gather broad demographic information. CHANGES TO THIS POLICY Any   changes   we   may   make   to   this   Policy   in   the   future   will   be   posted   on   our   Site and,   where   appropriate,   notified   to   you   by   e-mail.   When   we   change   this   Policy in   a   material   way,   we   will   update   the   version   date   at   the   bottom   of   this   page. Please   check   back   frequently   to   see   any   updates   or   changes   to   this   Policy   and should    you    object    to    any    alteration,    please    contact    us    as    set    out    in    the "Contact" section below. CONTACT In   the   event   of   any   query   or   complaint   in   connection   with   the   information   we hold    about    you,    or    to    contact    our    Data    Protection    Officer,    please    email lisa@striketaekwondo.co.uk    or    write    to    us    at:    Strike    Taekwondo,    Unit    F9 Keighley Business Centre, South Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 1 SY. Whilst   this   privacy   policy   sets   out   a   general   summary   of   your   legal   rights   in respect    of    personal    information,    this    is    a    very    complex    area    of    law.    More information     about     your     legal     rights     can     be     found     on     the     Information Commissioner’s website at https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/. Version Date: 8th May 2018 Cookie Name            Purpose               More information  ‘Google Analytics’ Google Analytics             Examples   of   purposes   for   which   a cookie may be used:   This cookie is essential for our site to enable us to: · Estimate our audience size and usage pattern. · Store   information   about   your   preferences,   and   so   allow   us   to   customise our   site   and   to   provide   you   with   offers   that   are   targeted   at   your   individual interests. · Speed up your searches. · Recognise you when you return to our site. · Allow   you   to   use   our   site   in   a   way   that   makes   your   browsing   experience more   convenient,   for   example,   by   allowing   you   to   store   items   in   an   electronic shopping   basket   between   visits.   If   you   register   with   us   or   complete   our   online forms,   we   will   use   cookies   to   remember   your   details   during   your   current   visit, and any future visits provided the cookie was not deleted in the interim.
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