There are different kinds of cookies. Some are set by us, like requests to store your login information. These are called first party cookies. We also used third-party cookies, which are cookies from another domain other than https://sevenseven.co.uk/, and they are used to help us with our marketing and advertising activities.
- To help you log in, register for information and provide feedback through forms on our website
- To streamline our site navigation
- To collect data on how you use our website and services
- To help us with our promotional and marketing activities, including behavioural advertising
What cookies do we use on our website?
We’ve provided a list of the cookies we use on our website. To keep our list up-to-date where possible, we scan our website regularly using a cookie scanning tool.
You can also find out more about cookies at the following address: https://cookiesandyou.com/
First-party cookies stored by sevenseven
We use first-party cookies to enable the functionality of our website. This means that we can’t switch them off on our systems. You can change the settings in your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but if you do block them some sections of our site won’t work for you.
The first-party cookies we use won’t store any information that will identify you personally. They are mainly used to streamline actions made by you, such as filling in forms to request information or logging in.
The website content system cookie. It’s used to aid navigation across our website and store any of your preferences.
Expires: End of session.
Used to apply security settings per client where multiple users share an IP address.
The Google Analytics cookie is written to your browser when you first visit our website. If your browser deletes this cookie, a new one will be written with a different ID. This cookie is used to analyse unique visitors to a website, and it’s updated with each page view. A unique ID is used on each cookie to help Google Analytics measure the validity and accessibility of each cookie.
Expires: 2 years from date set/update.
Google Analytics uses this cookie to continue your user session on our website. The cookie is updated when you view our website pages, and a new one is written if Google Analytics can’t find one. For as long as you browse our site at 30-minute intervals, the cookie is updated with every new page visit. If you stay on one of our pages for longer than 30 minutes, the cookie will pause.
Expires: 30 minutes from date set/update.
The ga.js cookies are used for tracking purposes. These two cookies are used to establish a connection, and if they are missing, activity by you, the user, will signal the start of a new session.
Expires: End of session.
This cookie is used to analyse search engine traffic, advertising campaigns and page navigation on our website. Every time you view a page, the cookie is updated. It works by storing the referral used by each visitor before reaching our website. This might detail a referring link, a website search, an advertising campaign or an email link.
Expires: 6 months from date set/update.
If you’d like to find out more about the cookies used by Google Analytics you can visit: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage.
Last updated: 7th January 2019.