What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer when you visit a web
What are cookies used for?
basket. If you do not accept cookies you will be not be able to purchase products
What information to cookies contain?
Cookies do not contain any senstive information, such as your name, address or payment
details etc. They hold only a text and number string that acts as an identifying
key so that Roundwood.com can remember which items you have placed in your basket.
Cookies used by Roundwood.com
Third Party cookies
This allows the Roundwood.com web server to respond to your actions. The cookie
contains only a randomly generated 20-character string and automatically expires
when you close your browser.
Enables Roundwood.com to remember which items you have placed in your basket. It
contains only a randomly generated text and number string, which acts purely as
an identifying key.
Enables the function of Google Analytics software. The cookies collect information
in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors
have come to the site from and the pages they visited etc. This information helps
us to improve the website.
When browsing Roundwood.com you may notice cookies that are from third party websites.
For instance, if you go to a web page that displays a PayPal button, you may be
sent cookies from PayPal.com. Roundwood.com does not control the dissemination or
setting of these cookies. You should check the third-party website for more information
about their cookies and how to manage them.
The list of third-party websites that may set cookies on Roundwood.com include:
Products on Roundwood.com can be purhcased using either a card or a PayPal account.
When you visit a page with PayPal buttons you may be sent cookies from PayPal. See
PayPal.com for more information.
The contact page displays a Google map that shows location
of Round Wood of Mayfield. For more information on the cookies set by Gooogle, see
their Policies & Principles.
delete them from your computer, at AboutCookies.org