Cookie Policy

The handyperson.org.uk website uses cookies. These cookies enable us to deliver a high quality online user experience. Some cookies collect anonymous information about your visit, which we use for monitoring purposes and to help us with future developments by understanding how our visitors use our website.

By using the handyperson.org.uk website you consent to cookies being used. If you do not consent you must disable cookies and accept that your visit will be restricted to certain features that may not work correctly.

What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a text file stored on your computer which contains information that can be used to track your movement between pages on a website. Without them, every page you visit would behave as if it was your first time on the website and not take into consideration any actions on previous pages.

Cookies fall into four categories:
Strictly necessary
Performance
Functionality
Targeting/Advertising

Cookies set by handyperson.org.uk

handyperson.org.uk does set any cookies at this time.

Cookies set by third parties

Provider: Google Analytics
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Purpose: These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors have come from, and what pages they visited. This is a performance cookie.
More information: Google privacy policy

Disable cookies in your web browser

You can choose to disable cookies in your browser options. Below are instructions on how to do this in the most popular browsers.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click Tools and then Internet Options (If you dont see Tools, press the Alt key on your keyboard and it will show)
Click on the Privacy tab
Select the appropriate setting

Mozilla Firefox
Click Tools and then Options (If you dont see Tools, press the Alt key on your keyboard and it will show; on a Mac you need to click Firefox and then Preferences)
Click on the Privacy tab
Next to Firefox will: choose use custom settings for history
Select the appropriate setting

Safari
Click Edit and then Preferences (If you dont see Edit, press the Alt key on your keyboard and it will show; on a Mac you need to click Safari and then Preferences)
Click on the Privacy tab
Select the appropriate setting

Google Chrome
In the address bar type: chrome://chrome/settings/content
Select the appropriate setting

Next Review: 1st January 2017