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About our cookies

When you use our website, a number of cookies are stored in your web browser. The new Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 (PECR), which came into force on the 26 May 2011.

We are also making information available about the nature of the cookies which we use on our website.

The PECR legislation identifies one type of cookie, which is described as "strictly necessary" for the operation of the website, for which your consent as a user is not required. By implication, all other cookies are not "strictly necessary," and your explicit consent for these will be required. The cookies used by our website are explained below.

1. Cookies which we consider to be "strictly necessary"

This site uses several cookies to remember your choices as you navigate the site :

  • catid - The categories you've selected from the dropdown menus or "all choices"
  • currTag - which is your currently selected category
  • favs - Items in your Kitbag
  • access - Filter for easy access and dog friendly
  • distance
  • walks.

2. Other cookies

Use of our website will, at the moment, result in a number of other cookies being set.

2.1 Google Analytics

These are used by Google analytics software, and all our webpages use them. We use these to track how people use our website, and this helps us to make sure our content is relevant and up-to-date. Cookies with names beginning "__utm" are set by Google analytics and the data they hold is sent to Google.