The Crafts Council website does not capture or store personal information but does utilise small text files that are kept on users computers, these are called cookies.
Cookies are used for remembering settings, or information that you have entered onto a page so that you do not have to keep re-entering it. Our cookies do not identify you personally, but are just there to make the site work better for you, and to help us report on how many visitors we have using our website. You can manage and/or delete these small files as you wish using browser settings.
If you would like to know more about cookies and how you can manage them, visit http://aboutcookies.org.
What cookies do we use?
This is a basic cookie which will last for the duration of your visit to the site, no data is retained afterwards. This cookie helps the site function correctly.
We use Google Analytics to help us measure how many people visit our site, and also how they use the site. We do this so that we can constantly improve the visitors experience, and also so that we can report back to our funders about our activities. These cookies cannot tell who you are and all data that we gather is confidential.
The cookies used are:
|__utma||This cookie is used to recognise unique visitors so that we know if somebody is a returning or new visitor.|
|__utmb & __utmc||These two cookies are used to establish a seesion which are then used to calculate the number of sessions for a selected date range.|
|__utmz||This cookie is used for tracking the pathway that a visitor uses to navigate around the site, and whether the visitor has come from a direct link, a serch engine or a referring site.|
We use a third party service for online forms called Jotform. The function of the Jotform cookie is to remember the data that you have entered into the form fields when you click submit.
We use YouTube to host video files that are displayed on our website. YouTube sets its own cookies which you can manage using your browser settings.
The Crafts Council is committed to complying in full with European cookie regulations, and will endeavour to develop user-centric solutions in future re-development.