What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that is downloaded from a website onto your computer hard drive. A cookie allows us to recognise that you have used the site before, but will not contain any other personal data. None of the cookies used on our websites collect personally identifiable information about you.
Third party cookies
We work with third parties who, on our behalf, research the use of our website and activities on it. In doing so they may place a cookie on your computer. However it would not contain any personal information that others could read and understand.
The majority of the cookies identified below are only invoked if you click on the respective website link(s) within the HARP website.
These third party cookies include:
Cookies do not allow us to identify users personally.
The HARP website uses Google Analytics to help us understand how people are reaching our the site, what information they are accessing and engaging with and so enables us make our site meet the needs of the user. Cookies help us to understand how we can improve our services to our clients and supporters.
Accepting or rejecting cookies
If you do not want cookies to be stored on your PC you can adjust your privacy settings. All browsers allow you to manage these settings, which are usually found under the “Preferences” or “Tools” menu. You can find out more information about individual browser settings at http://www.aboutcookies.org. Please note that some parts of our website may not function properly if you reject cookies
Links to other websites and social media sites
Our website contains links to other websites, primarily for the purpose of online fundraising or to stream online video clips. Once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website or any cookies they may install on your PC.