Cookie notice

Our website uses cookies. A cookie improves browsing experiences and provides data on visitor numbers.

A cookie is a snippet of text, sent from the website server and consequently stored on a web browser. Cookies therefore do lots of different jobs such as letting you navigate between pages efficiently and storing preferences. Consequently improving user experience towards any given website. As a result, it makes the interaction between you and the website faster and easier. Likewise, if a website doesn’t use cookies, it will think you are a new visitor every time you move to a new page and therefore hinder or slow down your visit. For enquiries, please contact Outhouse Media

Google Analytics cookie notice

Google Analytics

The Google Analytics cookie allows us to look at really useful statistics and data regarding website visitors. GA is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps measure how users interact with website content. Read more on Google Analytics.

  • utma determines unique visitors.
  • utmb determines page views.
  • utmc determines session status.
  • utmz determines the referral used by the visitor to reach our site.
  • utmv custom cookies not usually in use.
  • utmx custom cookies not usually in use.

WordPress cookie notice


Enabling comments or allowing a user to contribute in other ways via default WordPress features (maybe a forum for example), means that cookies will almost certainly be used. These are required so that the website functions properly. More on WordPress cookies.

  • WordPress_[hash] cookie to store authentication details.
  • WordPress_logged_in_[hash] cookie, which indicates when a user is logged in, and who they are.
  • WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies.

Managing website cookies

Cookie Management

For information on how to manage cookie settings in general, please follow the links below for your browser. We would also recommend that you refer to a search engine and enter something like “how to change cookie settings in [browser/device name here]”.

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