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Cookies on our website

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on your device when you visit a website. 

Cookies help to make websites work. They also store information about how you use a website, such as the pages you visit. 

Cookies are widely used to improve website performance and give visitors the best experience.

How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to:

  • Make our website work and to keep it secure
  • Collect information on how you use our website to improve our online information and support, through services such as Google Analytics
  • Understand your preferences to show you relevant campaigns on social media
  • Remember information such as items you’ve added to your cart on our online shop

See the ‘What types of cookies do we use?’ section for information about the cookies we use.

How to manage cookies

Some of the cookies we use are needed for parts of our website to work properly. These are called essential cookies.

For all non-essential cookies, you can choose whether we use them by clicking ‘Cookie settings’ on our cookie banner. You can change your settings at any time by visiting this page and clicking the button below. 

We will ask you to re-consent to your cookie preferences every 90 days. 

What types of cookies do we use?

The type of cookies we use are listed below.

Essential

Essential cookies are placed on your device to make our website work, but they don’t track you or collect data that makes you identifiable. Without them our website wouldn’t work properly.

Provider

Cookie name

Description

Cloudfare

__cfduid

_biz_flagsA

_biz_nA

_biz_pendingA

_biz_uid

_hp2_id

_hp2_props

_mkto_trk

cfmrk_userLangRedirect

gclid

optimizelyEndUserId

sparrow_id

sparrow_init

Cookies used by CloudFlare to speed up page load times and identify trusted web traffic for security purposes.

Drupal

has_js

SESS

Timezone

Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight

DrupalModuleFilter

Our content management system Drupal uses cookies to manage user sessions and find out if JavaScript is enabled.

cPanel

cpsession - website

This cookie is related to our website hosting, it may not get set for all visitors.

stripe

__stripe_mid

__stripe_sid

__stripe_orig_props

cid

country

lang

locale

machine_identifier

private_machine_identifier

scfc

user

Stripe payment service – allows us to securely process payments through the website (e.g. donations).

cleantalk

apbct_check_js

apbct_cookies_test

apbct_fkp_timestamp

apbct_pointer_data

apbct_prev_referer

apbct_ps_timestamp

apbct_timestamp

apbct_timezone

Cleantalk antispam service

Analytics

Analytics cookies help us improve our website and online services, by collecting and reporting anonymous information on its usage (for example, they allow us to see how many people use different parts of our site).

Provider

Cookie name

Description

Google Analytics

_ga

_gac_*

_gaexp

_gat

_gat_UA-5671292-1

_gid

_gcl_au

Cookies set by Google Analytics register a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website

Hotjar

_hjlncludedInSample

_hjid

Cookies used by Hotjar to store anonymized statistics about a session.

Marketing

Marketing cookies are used to improve the relevance of ads you see, limit the number of times you see them, and measure their performance. They are usually placed by third parties to collect non-personal information about your visits to our website.

Provider

Cookie name

Description

AddThis

 

mus

ouid

ssc

ssh

sshs

uid

__atuvc 

__atuvs 

__atssc

na_id 

AddThis, which is owned by Clearspring Technologies, uses the user ID to make it possible for the user to share content across social networks and provide detailed statistics to various providers.

Facebook

_fbp

fr

Cookies used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.

Changes to our cookie policy

We may update this policy and how we use cookies from time to time, so please check back regularly to keep up to date with any changes.

You can find more information about cookies and managing them at www.AboutCookies.org and https://cookiepedia.co.uk/. 

If you have questions about the use of cookies while visiting the Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust website, please email [email protected].

Date last updated: 
29 Mar 2021