Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of information that websites store on you devices through your internet browser. Cookies can improve your website experience. Like most websites, Woodland Heritage uses cookies to allow visitors to navigate the website and use key features on the site.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, although you can choose not to. You can see which cookies are active in your browser’s settings, or click on one of the links below to view your browser’s documentation:

To ensure you get the best from our website, we advise that users keep cookies active whilst visiting. However, you can manually disable and enable cookies on your PC if you prefer to. The actual process will depend on your browser (see above browser links) and is usually part of your 'Security Settings'. Alternatively, the Interactive Advertising Bureau has produced a series of web pages (see www.allaboutcookies.org) which explains how cookies work and can be managed.

Please be aware that if you do disable cookies from your browser you will experience issues while trying to view or interact with this site

Functional and Required Cookies

Woodland Heritage uses these necessary cookies to let you move around the website and use essential features like secure areas, forms, shops, and baskets. These cookies don't collect any information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you've been on the internet. Functional and Required cookies are used to make these areas work:

  • Membership accounts
  • Purchasing membership subscriptions
  • Making Donations
  • URL redirects

Analytics and Performance Cookies

We use Analytics (Squarespace and Google) and Performance cookies to collect to see how visitors interact with our website. These do collect information (but not personally identifiable data) about how you use our website e.g. which pages you visit, and if you experience any errors. All the information collected is anonymous and is only used to help us improve how our website works, understand what interests our users and measure how effective our advertising is. These can be identified by:

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Targeting Cookies

These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make advertising relevant to you and your interests. They are linked to services provided by third parties (such as Facebook Ads and Google Adwords, and often appear as 'Like' buttons and 'Share' buttons. They can be identified by the following:

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