FAQs - Cookies
Q. What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that websites provide when you visit them. Your web browser can store store cookies so that the website can read this information during your current visit or the next time you visit.
Cookies are not used to identify you personally but can store store information on activities (e.g. that you've visited a site before or that you've logged on) or on the preferences you've selected.
- To enable go4awalk.com Account Holders to remain Logged On as they explore the go4awalk.com site.
- To count the number of unique visitors to the site.
- To deliver relevant advertising.
Some of the pages on go4awalk.com carry advertising. Some of this advertising is tailored to the individual user and this is known as 'behavioural targeting'. This uses a cookie to gather information about the pages you visit - but does not collect information about who you are. This limited information is used by organisations such as Google to display only adverts it believes is relevant to you. For more information see Behavioural Targeting
Q. How to control your cookies
You are able to control which cookies you allow - but please take into account that you'll need to accept our cookies to enable the go4awalk.com site to work properly.
The way in which you control the cookies you allow on to your computer is specific to your browser or your mobile phone. So the best place to start is your browser's Help Section or your mobile phones' Manual.
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