Websites must get consent to send cookies to your computer or mobile device unless the cookies are strictly necessary to provide services to you.
You can set your cookie preferences upon arrival at the website using the onscreen prompt that appears at the bottom of the screen. This highlights all cookies used across the website and allows you to choose which you are happy to accept. You can also remove selected cookies from your browser at any stage.
The tables below explain what cookies we use on our website, why we use them and whether they are strictly necessary or another type of cookie (i.e "statistics" cookies). We also state in the tables whether a cookie is a "persistent" or "session" cookie. The difference is that:
Persistent cookies remain on your device between browsing sessions. They are activated each time you visit the website that created that particular cookie. For example, where a "persistent cookie" is used on a website to remember your log-in details, you will not need to enter those details each time you visit the website.
Session cookies allow website operators to link the actions of a user during a browser session. A browser session starts when you open the browser window and finishes when you close the browser window. Session cookies are created temporarily. Once you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.
Some of the cookies listed below are those set by our own website. However, we also have cookies on our website that are set by third parties – not Hovis.
Strictly necessary cookies are essential to enable you to receive a service on a website. We would not be able to operate our website without using the "strictly necessary" cookies listed below.
Statistics cookies collect information about how visitors use a website (for example, which pages visitors go to most often and if they get error messages from web pages). These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. Any information collected by these cookies is anonymous. We only use such information to improve our website.
Vimeo is a video streaming service provider and is used on the website to better user experience. These cookies are used to track the usage of the Vimeo video player and on what URLs their software has been integrated.
All the data remains anonymous and is used to create an analytical report that helps us improve the usability of the website.
If you would like any information concerning any of the above third party cookies please check directly with the relevant third-party websites for more information. Alternatively please get in contact and we can help clarify any questions you may have.