How we use cookies

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Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better website, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.

You can choose to accept or decline cookies through your browser and the cookie control on our website. 

The cookies we use

The following cookies are used on the Teesdale Consultants website. Please note that 'System cookies' are cookies that are deemed to be critical to the operating of our website.

System cookie - Cookie Disclaimer cookies

  • CookieControl - A cookie we use to keep the Cookie Disclaimer hidden once you've accepted it.

System cookie - Google Tag Manager

  • _dc_gtm - A cookie for use with Google Tag Manager, a service used to add code/content to the website.

System cookie - Session cookies

Temporary session cookies that are required for the basic functioning of our website, including login functions, form submission security and to tailor visual elements on a per-session basis.

Cookie Description Length
_cms_session Session identifier Destroyed when user quits the browser
user_credentials Login identifier Destroyed when user quits the browser

Google and Google Analytics cookies

The cookies detailed below are cookies set by Google Analytics, and are therefore technically not considered to be integral to the normal operating of the website. We do though use Google Analytics to better understand how you use our website so that we can improve our online service and experience to you. Read more about how Google uses cookies.

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