Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that are transfered to your computer's hard drive through your web browser to enable recognition of your browser and to provide services. In short...they are small text files we put in your browser to track usage of our site but they don't tell us who you are.
We do not have any 3rd party advertising on our site, so any cookies used are purely for the functionality of the site. EG - Facebook 'Like' buttons need a cookie to send the information for you if you click the button ('functional cookie').
We also use Google Analytics on this site which provides us with traffic information (this can only be collected by cookies) so we can see how many visitors we get, which pages they view, how many pages are viewed, the time spent on the site etc.('performance cookie') This is purely used so we can try to improve our content and it's relevance to our visitors.
In short, any cookies used on our sites are either essential,
for performance, or functionality.
By using our websites, you agree that we can put these types
of cookies on your device.
Our on line shop
To be fully PCI compliant, we are obliged to use a Payment Service Provider (PSP) and are not allowed to download your card details to process your transaction 'in house'.
To offer you the best possible security, we use PayPal to process all transactions.
Pay through your PayPal account, or use a credit or debit card in the normal way (No PayPal account required)
All we receive is your order and contact details, and this information is only used to complete your order. beverley wedgwood does not share your contact details with any third party in any way.
We do not contribute to any shared or co-operative databases.
a. Fulfil customer orders
b. Administer and enhance the site and service
c. Goods delivery purposes
Any cookies used are either essential, for performance, or functionality.
By using this website, you agree that we can put these types of cookies on your device.
Changing you cookie setting
Most browsers allow all cookies by default, but you can change this setting if you wish to be site specific, session specific, or specific to the type of cookie to allow (eg third party cookies). If you are not sure how to change your cookie settings or just want to know more, this link should help as it covers all browser types....