About cookies on our website
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we, or a third party, place(s) onto your device. It is used to tailor your experience either for the duration of their visit (using what is known as a “session” cookie) or for repeat visits (whereby we store what is known as a “persistent” cookie).
We also use "analytical" cookies which allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how they move around our website.
Cookies do not hold any private information which could personally identify you, such as your home address, date of birth or credit card details. If you would like to find out more about cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org
If you are not comfortable with our website using cookies, you can manage your cookies by changing your browser settings as detailed below. Please note that by not using cookies some of the website’s features will not be available, as they require cookies to function.
What types of cookies do we use?
1. Session / strictly necessary
2. Persistent / performance
This type of cookies stays on your device and remembers your settings the next time you visit for a specific period of time. For example, a persistent cookie is used to store your consent for us to store cookies on your machine.
3. First party
These cookies are set by the Hayter website directly and have been programmed specifically for functionality relating to its usage. These may be session cookies or persistent cookies (as described above).
4. Third party
These types of cookies are set by other websites through our site:
We use Google Analytics, a free service offered by Google that gathers detailed information about the visitors to our site. This information is used to measure the flow of visitors around our site with a view to improving their experience over time. Get more information on the cookies gathered by this service.
Social media sharing options
How you can control the cookies we use
You can manage or block the cookies set by us, or indeed any other website, should you wish to do so. This can be done via the browser settings on your device by clicking “disable cookies”. If you have consented, you can also withdraw your consent at any time using these settings.
For more comprehensive information on the subject of blocking cookies please visit www.aboutcookies.org. If you wish to specifically manage or block cookies on the browser of your mobile device, you may need to refer to the manual for the handset.
You should be aware that restricting or blocking cookies may have an impact on the functionality of the Hayter website and affect the intended experience. Furthermore, such a restriction will not extend to cookies that are essential (such as session cookies above).
Hayter reserves the right to embed content from websites such as YouTube. As a result you should check the relevant third party website for more information about those cookies.