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Cookie Statement

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, smartphone or other devices when you access the internet.

Why are cookies essential to Braddicks Holiday Centre websites?
This website, along with many others, uses cookies. Cookies let users navigate around sites and (where appropriate) let us tailor the content to fit the needs of our site’s visitors. Without cookies enabled we can’t guarantee that the website and your experience of it are as we intended it to be.

The information collected by cookies does not personally identify you; it includes general information about your computer settings, your connection to the Internet e.g. operating system and platform, IP address, your browsing patterns and timings of browsing on the Website and your location.

Types of cookies
The length of time a cookie stays on your device depends on its type.

Session and persistent cookies 

Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (from when a user opens the browser window to when they exit the browser) or they can be stored for longer. The Regulations apply to both types of cookies:

Session cookies – allow websites to link the actions of a user during a browser session. They may be used for a variety of purposes such as remembering what a user has put in their shopping basket as they browse around a site. They could also be used for security when a user is accessing internet banking or to facilitate the use of webmail. These session cookies expire after a browser session so would not be stored for a longer term. For this reason, session cookies may sometimes be considered less privacy intrusive than persistent cookies.

Persistent cookies – are stored on a users’ device in between browser sessions, which allows the preferences or actions of the user across a site (or in some cases across different websites) to be remembered. Persistent cookies may be used for a variety of purposes including remembering users’ preferences and choices when using a site or to target advertising.

First and third-party cookies – Whether a cookie is ‘first’ or ‘third’ party refers to the website or domain placing the cookie. First party cookies in basic terms are cookies set by a website e visited by the user – the website displayed in the URL window. Third-party cookies are cookies that are set by a domain other than the one being visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a separate company sets a cookie through that website this would be a third party cookie.

How to control and delete cookies
If you want to restrict or block the cookies we set, you can do this through your browser settings. The ‘help’ function within your browser should tell you how.

Alternatively, you could visit www.aboutcookies.org, which contains comprehensive information on cookies on a wide variety of browsers. You’ll also find details on how to delete cookies from your computer. To learn about controlling cookies on the browser of your mobile device please refer to your handset manual.

Cookies in emails
As well as the cookies we use on our websites, we use cookies and similar technologies in some emails. These help us to understand whether you’ve opened an email and how you’ve interacted with it. If you have enabled images, cookies may be set on your computer or device. Cookies will also be set if you click on any link within the email. The types of cookies we use are:

Web beacons: tiny, invisible images placed in emails to tell us whether you’ve opened them (and if so how often), how you interacted with them (for example the time you spent reading the email), which email software and web browser you used, which device you used and your IP address. We also use web beacons to help us display emails in the best format for your device.

Link tracking: our emails contain a number of hyperlinks, each of which has a unique tag. When you click on one of these links the mailing company logs the click so that we can understand who has clicked through from an email to our website. We use this information to tailor future messages to you.

Cookies: our process for delivering emails may cause cookies to be set when you download images or when you click on a link.

Making choices about cookies
If you don’t want to accept cookies from our emails, simply close the email before downloading any images or clicking on any links. You can also set your browser to restrict or reject cookies. These settings will apply to all cookies on websites and emails.

In some instances, depending on your email or browser settings, cookies in an email may be automatically accepted (for example, when you’ve added an email address to your address book or safe senders list). Please check your email browser or device instructions for more information on this.

How to change cookie settings on your browser:

Firefox: 
How to change your cookie settings in Firefox

Internet Explorer: 
How to change your cookie settings in Microsoft Edge
How to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer 11

Google Chrome
How to change your cookie settings in Google Chrome

Safari (OS X)
How to change your cookie settings in the latest Safari for Mac
How to change your cookie settings in Safari 8 (Yosemite)
How to change your cookie settings in Safari 6/7 (Mavericks)
How to change your cookie settings in Safari 5.1 (OS X Lion)

Safari (iOS)
How to change your cookie settings in Safari (iOS)

Android
How to change your cookie settings in Android (Chrome)

Advertising cookies

If you prefer, you can choose to turn off advertising cookies only, by blocking specific companies. You’ll still receive advertising on the Internet, but the adverts you see may not be tailored to your likely interests or preferences. You can set your preferences here: www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices (This link will open in a new window).

The cookies used on this website are listed below along with the purpose of the cookie and the storage length of the cookie on your device.

Category: Statistics

Statistic cookies help website owners to understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.

Cookie Name: _ga

Location: United States

Storage Length: HTTP 2 years

Cookie Purpose: Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

Provider: Google Analytics

Cookie Name: _gat

Location: United States

Storage Length: HTTP Session

Cookie Purpose: Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate

Provider: Google Analytics

Cookie Name: L_gid

Location: United States

Storage Length: HTTP Session

Cookie purpose description: Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site.

Provider: Google Analytics

Category: Marketing

Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third party advertisers.

Cookie Name: collect

Location: United States

Storage Length: Pixel Session

Cookie Purpose: Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor’s device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.

Provider: Google Analytics

Cookie Name: impression.php/

Location: United Kingdom

Storage Length: Pixel Session

Cookie purpose description: Unclassified

Provider: Facebook

Cookie Name: NID

Location: United States

Storage Length: HTTP 6 months

Cookie purpose description: Registers a unique ID that identifies a returning user’s device. The ID is used for targeted ads.

Provider: Google