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1. About

Cookies are safe to store on your computer. Most web browsers have cookie storage enabled as a default setting, but all browsers offer you the option to disable this if you prefer. If you choose to disable some or all cookies, you might not be able to make full use of our website. For example, you may not be able to add items to your shopping basket, proceed to checkout, or use any of our products and services that require you to sign in. 


2. Site functionality cookies 
These cookies are essential to the proper functioning of the website and enable you to use its features, such as access to secure areas of the site. Without these cookies, you won’t be able to purchase the products you are looking at. These are temporary cookie files, which are erased when you close your browser. When you restart your browser and return to the website, the site will not recognise you. You will
 need to log back in to your account or choose products again. A new session cookie will be generated, which will store your browsing information and will be active until you leave the site and close your browser. 

3. Site analytics cookies 
These cookies allow us to measure and analyse how
customers use the site, to improve both its functionality and your shopping experience. The data stored by these cookies never shows personal details from which your individual identity can be established. 

4. Customer preference cookies 
These cookies are used to remember your passwords and login information, so you don’t need to re-enter them every time you visit the site. They will also remember items in your shopping bag for next time. These files stay in one of your browser’s subfolders until you delete them manually, or your browser deletes them based on the duration period contained within the cookie’s file. These cookies persist even when a browser is closed. 

5. Targeting or advertising cookies 
These cookies are installed by third party websites separate to Florence Morris-Clarke, such as advertisers. They gather data about your browsing habits, and allow them to track you across multiple websites. This information is used to deliver adverts deemed relevant to you, limit the number of times a specific advert is served, or to help us to measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. 

6. Sharing pages 
If you ‘share’ content with friends through social networks you may have cookies from these websites stored on your computer. We don't control the setting of these cookies, so we suggest you check the third-party websites for more information on how to manage them.


7. How to manage cookies 

You can enable or disable cookies by changing your website browser settings to accept or reject cookies as required. How to do this will depend on your browser.

First, establish which internet browser is set to default use on your machine (or which browser you use most often). To find out what it is, simply open the internet as usual and follow the steps below: 

PC Users 
On the toolbar at the top of your browser, click ‘Help.’ Choose the ‘About’ option from the drop-down menu. This will tell you the browser type and version. 

Mac users 
Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner of your browser and choose the 'About' option. This will tell you the browser type and version. Once you know the browser you’re using, the below guides for each browser will help you find the cookie settings. 

Internet Explorer 
Click on the ‘Tools’ tab in the menu area of your browser. Select the ‘Internet Options’ option. This should open a pop-up box with
tabbed options. Select the ‘Privacy’ tab. Internet Explorer has a high, medium, or low auto-adjust system for internet content handling. You can configure your own settings by clicking the ‘Advanced’ tab, and ticking ‘Override automatic cookie handling’. Settings above medium will disable cookies; medium or below will enable cookies. 

Mozilla Firefox 
Click on the 'Tools' tab on the menu area of your browser. Select the ‘Options’ option. This should open a pop-up window with tabs along the top. Select ‘Privacy’. You should now see options for ‘Tracking’ and ‘History’. Under the ‘History’ drop down menu, select ‘Use customer settings for history’ to adjust your cookie settings. 

Google Chrome 
Click on the spanner icon in the
 browser. Select the ‘Settings’ option. This should open a box with tabs along the left side. Select the ‘Under the Hood’ tab. When this page is loaded, select the tab you will see at the top called ‘Content Settings’. This brings up your content controls including cookie permissions. 

Click on the cog icon at the top of your browser. Select the ‘Preferences’ option. This should open a pop up window with several tabs along the top. From this list select ‘Privacy’. This will open the tab page that allows you to control the cookie settings. 

If you have another browser check the help settings within the browser, or use a search engine to find answers on the best way to enable or disable cookies in your chosen browser. Please remember we are not responsible for the content on external websites. If y
ou are not happy with the way we use cookies, you can delete the site's cookies after a visit to the site. Alternatively, browse the site using your browser’s anonymous usage setting (‘Incognito’ in Chrome, ‘InPrivate’ in Internet Explorer, ‘Private Browsing’ in Firefox and Safari).

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