What are cookies?
Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are sent to your device by a website you visit and are stored in your web browser. They allow a website to anonymously track a user on the website (by using a random tracking ID).
Cookies used on the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust’s website and how they are used
We may then use the information we collect to make changes or improvements to our website.
When you visit our website the following third-party cookies will be placed on your computer:
_utma - used to identify new or recurring visitors
_utmb and _utmc - used to calculate time spent on the website
_utmz - used to keep track of what search engine or link you used, the keywords used in your search and what country you accessed the site from
exp_last_visit, exp_tracker, exp_last_activity - used to record details of when your last visit to the site took place and track your route through the site.
Acceptance of cookies
By using our website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device. However, you can block them in your browser if you wish (see below).
You can control the use and placing of any cookies on your device through the settings you select on your internet browser. You can block or erase cookies from your device if you want to. The Help function within your browser will tell you how and you can also learn more about managing cookies from AllAboutCookies.org or Aboutcookies.org.uk