tl;dr version - we don't track any personal data on the London Friend 50 website and you don't need to have cookies enabled to view anything on the site.
The longer version:
Cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer. No personal information is stored in the cookies set by this website.
If you do not have cookies enabled then you will still be able to browse the site and we won't nag you about it.
Whilst we do record which areas of the site you visit to help us understand how the site is being used, this information is anonymised before it is sent to us. We do not use any kind of tracking cookies or fingerprinting to track how often you return to the site or for any other purpose. We use privacy friendly, GDPR compliant analytics and where possible ensure any content embedded from external sources (eg YouTube) uses a non-tracking, cookieless domain.
More information about what cookies are and how you can disable or enable them is available at www.aboutcookies.org.
millipedia, the developer of this site, has a policy of avoiding the surveillance economy wherever possible and we're always happy to talk about it if you have questions (some might say slightly too keen to talk about it).
Cookies set by this site
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Third Party cookies
We do not currently use any services which require third party cookies to be set. If this changes we will update this page.