What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information which are downloaded and stored as “text files” on your computer when you visit a website for the first time. When you visit the website again, information held in the relevant cookie on your computer (relating to the specific website) is then passed back to the website which then knows that you have visited before.
In collecting Cookies, websites can make your interaction with them much smoother without needing you to do anything.
What information does this website collect about me?
Cookies that we use collect information relating to pages visited, time spent on pages and Internal / External links clicked upon.
What is “Embedded” or “External” content?
This website also uses “Embedded Content”, which is content that is managed by an external website but is displayed on this website. Embedded Content includes (but may not be limited to):
Please Note that we are not responsible for Cookies collected by “Embedded Content” and External websites, which include (but may not be limited to):
What do you use this information for?
We use information collected by Cookies on the Foresters’ Forest website to identify pages, content and / or links that you visit, to enable us to continue to improve the website structure, pages and content to enhance your user experience.
What if I don’t want you to collect this information?
If you prefer for Cookies not to be stored on your computer this can be changed in your Internet Browser settings, which can normally be found in your browsers “Tools”, “Settings” or “Internet Options” menus under the subheading of “Privacy” or “Cookies”. Any Cookies collected to-date can also be cleared in these menus.
If you change your mind later on, your Internet Browser settings can be changed at any time.