What are Cookies?
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Some cookies are necessary for the full functionality of a website while others are for non-essential purposes, such as to optimise online marketing. Non-essential cookies require consent to be placed on your device. Some cookies expire automatically when you leave a site (session cookies) while others can remain for a set duration afterwards unless removed (persistent cookies).
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What Cookies Do We Use?
These are some of the main cookies used on our website https://www.www.thebridge-lincoln.org/ (last updated October 2023). This is not an exhaustive list and does not include cookies from all partner sites or microsites:
Functional and Performance Cookies
We set some cookies to improve functionality or performance, depending how you interact with our site. These include:
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Third party cookies
Some cookies on our website are from third parties, and include:
* Google Analytics – we use Google Analytics to understand how people access and interact with our website, including the source of their visit. Cookies include _ga; _ga_4MD338D3DR. For more information on Google Analytics cookies, see: https://policies.google.com/privacy
Social media embeds from services such as Twitter and YouTube may also set cookies on a user’s device.
Our font providers (Typekit, Hoefler&Co and FontAwesome) set cookies to enable delivery of fonts from these cloud services.
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