Cookies

We use a standard technology called ‘cookies’ on our website. A cookie is a small data file which is stored on your computer by your web browser when you visit a website.

Cookies are used for the purpose of seeing who has seen which page on a website, tracking how frequently pages are accessed, as well as for essential site functions, such as providing a secure login area.

Please be aware that cookies do not contain confidential or personally identifiable information.

Our website will not work without cookies.

The cookie settings on our website are set to ‘allow all cookies’ so that you receive the best end-user experience. Continuing to use our website will be taken as consent to this setting, however you can change this by referring to the section ‘Removing and Disabling Cookies’.

We use the following types of cookies:

Session Cookies
Session cookies allow us to keep track of your movements through the website. For example, they tell us once you have logged into the website so that you will stay logged in until the cookie expires, or you manually log out. Without session cookies, it would not be possible to offer you services, such as the online prescription manager, as after clicking ‘Proceed’, the website would not know which items you had selected to order.

Third Party Cookies
We may use cookies which are set by a partner company to enable us to track visitor habits. This is so that we can review the usage of our website and improve how it runs. These are primarily fur the purpose of analytical reporting.

Removing and Disabling Cookies

You can control cookies by changing your browser settings to disable cookies. Please be aware that if you turn cookies off, this will limit the services which are available to you via our website. Whilst you will still be able to browse around the website, some sections, such as the online prescription manager, will no longer work.

For more details about cookies, and how to change settings on your computer and web browser, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.

To find out how we use your information, see our Privacy Policy.