Cookies

Use of cookies on this website

Cookies are small text files – containing nothing more than letters and numbers – which are downloaded by your computer when you access and use certain websites. Cookies allow our website to recognise a device and provide content accordingly. We recommend that you accept all cookies from our website  (detailed below), as they have been designed to enhance the service that this website provides you.

If you choose to disable any of these cookies, then you may impair the functionality of the website and you may not experience all its features in the way it was designed to be enjoyed. To disable cookies, we suggest that you set your browser to disable cookies for www.awaken-comms.co.uk. This option usually appears under “Tools” or “Settings” in a section called “Privacy” and is intuitive. Browsers implement this feature differently, so please refer to your browser help section for detailed information. Or, search the internet for “Disabling cookies with X browser” where X is your browser name.

For more information about cookies and how they are used on the internet, please see the information on the independent All About Cookies site and the Wikipedia article on HTTP Cookies.

Google Analytics cookies used on this site

Google Analytics is a free service provided by Google that uses several cookies. The cookies set by Google Analytics are used to help us gather information about how this website is used by visitors. The information is not personally identifiable, and is simply to used track and improve the level of service our site is providing. More information on the cookies that are set through our use of Google Analytics can be found on Google’s Cookies & Google Analytics page. If you wish to disable these cookies, please use the opt-out browser add-on supplied by Google. Or you can set your browser to reject all or certain cookies. Disabling cookies set by Google Analytics will not reduce the service provided to you.

Session and load balancer cookies used on this site

Our website may use a ‘load balancer’ to store an identifier on your browser to help keep you connected to the same web server throughout your visit (for a smoother browsing experience).  Similarly, session cookies contain no personally identifiable information, but enable our individual web servers to keep track of your progress throughout your visit. They expire as soon as you leave our website.