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Pat Sharp

Important Information About Cookies

Important Information About Cookies

To enable us to continually improve our online content we use cookies to allow us to collect behavioural information from visitors to our web sites and offer relevant content to you.

New EU rulings have now come in to force regarding these cookies, how they are used and giving users the opportunity to give their consent to them collecting data as you surf the internet.

As this web sites use cookies to collect small amounts of data through native and third party cookies you will find information below about these cookies and how to exercise your right to stop this information being collected.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of information that a website sends to your computer's internet browser or hard drive while you are viewing a website.

How do we use Cookies?

We stores a small amount of information on your computer which is used to recognise you as an individual to allow you to quickly access password restricted areas of the site or "remember” personal details allowing the swift filling out of forms etc.

Cookies Used

Our site, hosted by Aiir, store cookies for various purposes listed below.

Cookies may also be set by 3rd party services which are embedded within web pages, for example Google Analytics, Facebook and Twitter, however these are out of ours and Aiir's control.


club_e and club_p

A user's email and password if they tick the box to have these details saved for convenience the next time they wish to log in to the club.


A random session identifier, to identify a user while they are logged in to the club.


A flag to record whether a homepage interstitial has been viewed and to prevent it from appearing again.


Identifiers for schools set as 'My Schools' in the School Closures tool.


For a full definition of Cookies can be found at Wikipedia.

You can control the use of cookies using the settings on your internet browser. These settings can block or restrict data being stored and accessed on your computer. For more information, see the Help menu of your internet browser.