Last Updated: 8th January 2013
This information applies to all Transition Marlborough web sites. Whilst providing our services we would like from time to time collect certain information about our Members and visitors to our web sites and this may involve the use of what are called 'cookies'.
Here is a summary of the type of information we may collect and how it is used:
Two types of cookies are used on the websites:
Session Cookies: which are temporary cookies that remain in the cookie file of your browser until you leave the website. These allow you to carry information across pages of the websites and avoid having to re-enter information.
Site Usage Tracking:
We regularly monitor visitor trends for our web sites. Through the use of the Google Analytics service we are able to view visitor activity including number of visits, pages viewed, repeat visitors and referral information. We do not, nor are we able to view the actual identity of anyone who visits our web sites. Any detailed information that we do acquire is used only to gauge the performance and usefulness of each web site and to help us plan for their future development. In order to gain an overall market understanding for our products and services we may occasionally make available generic information, such as the total number of visitors and/or page views and the overall percentage of visitors originating from different areas, to third party analysts or developers. The Google Analytics systems use their own cookies - more detail of which is available here
It should be noted however, that you may not be able to use all the interactive features of the Website if cookies are disabled in your browser or you do not accept their use by ticking the checkbox.