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Cookies Policy

This cookies policy describes the cookies that we use on our website, (“Website”), and the purposes for which we use them.

By using our Website, you consent to the cookies described below being deposited on your device for the purposes set out in this policy.

1. Information about us

Our Website is operated by Seven Hills Communications Limited, incorporated and registered in England and Wales under company number 07078911 and having its registered office address at 1st Floor, River House, 33-35 Point Pleasant, London SW18 1NN (whom we refer to as “we” and by related terms such as “our” and “us”).

2. What are cookies and how do we use them?

A cookie is a small text file which is placed on your computer (or other electronic device) when you access our Website.

We use cookies on our Website to:

  • recognise you when you use our Website
  • obtain information about your preferences
  • carry out research and statistical analysis
  • make your online experience more efficient and enjoyable.

In certain circumstances we may collect personal information about you, as explained in our Privacy Policy.

In most cases we will need your consent in order to use cookies on our Website. The exception is where the cookie is essential in order for us to provide you with a service you have requested.

3. What cookies do we use?

Strictly necessary cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are placed on your computer to allow our Website to operate.

Performance cookies

Performance cookies help us to ensure our Website is operating smoothly and securely. They do this in a number of ways, for example by helping us understand which pages on our Website are most and least popular, which allows us to improve our site design, and by allowing us to understand when our Website is busiest, so that we can keep our site running smoothly at peak times.

Functionality cookies

Functionality cookies allow the Website to remember certain choices that you make. They may also remember that your PC has been used to visit our Website.

A full list of the cookies we use is contained here.

4. Third-party cookies

Our Website may contain links to third-party social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. If you take the opportunity to share our Website content via these social media sites, the sites may place cookies on your computer. These third-party suppliers are responsible for the cookies they set. We have no control over this or the technologies used by third-party sites, and accept no responsibility for them.

You can find out how third parties collect and use your information by reading their privacy and cookie policies, whichthey should have on their Websites.

5. Google Analytics

This web analytics service provided by Google helps us to analyse how users use our Website. It counts the number of visitors and tells us about their behaviour overall, such as typical length of stay on our site or the average number of pages a user views.

Information generated by the cookie about your use of our Website will be transmitted to and stored by Google on its servers. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of our Website, compiling reports on Website activity and providing other services related to Website activity.

We use the information to improve our Website and generally enhance your experience.

For more information about Google Analytics, please visit:

You can prevent Google Analytics from tracking your browsing by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-Out browser add-on, which is available from the following address:

6. Managing cookies

When your device is used for the first time to visit our website, you will see a cookie notification banner displayed at the top of the page that tells you that cookies are being used. You can either close down your visit to our site at this point, or continue your visit.

If you do not want to accept cookies, or you wish to enable, disable or delete them, you can change your browser settings. If you do this, please be aware that (depending on the action you take) you may lose some of the functionality of our Website. For further information about cookies, you may wish to view the UK Information Commissioner’s guide:

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