Our website uses something called cookies. Find out more about what they are and how to manage them in our glossary: Cookie.

We use cookies in order to give you the best experience of using our site (including allowing clients to log in, and visitors to comment on our blog posts), so we know how many people visit our site and what pages are visited most, etc, and so you can share content from our site through social media e.g Twitter and Facebook. Supercool Ltd do not (and will never) use data from these cookies for targetted advertising.

Cookies you may encounter on our website:

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The system our site is built on, ExpressionEngine, uses cookies to help you navigate, and to remember any preferences you have and pages you've already visited.

In order to boost our site's performance, and protect it from security threats, we route our DNS through CloudFlare; and this cookie is set by the CloudFlare service to (anonymously) distinguish users from each other.

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These cookies are set by Google Analytics, and tell us how many people visit the website, how they arrived at the site, what pages they visit, what web browsers they are using to view pages etc. They cannot identify you personally.

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To enable you to comment on our blog posts, we use a service called Disqus. These cookies are used by Disqus, for example, to remember if and when you've logged-in to comment.

Used by Google Maps to remember your preferences e.g. if you zoom in or move a map around, it'll remember where you last left the map; in this case the cookies are associated with the map on our Contact page. If you have cookies enabled in your browser, any time you view any Google Map on any website, you'll get these cookies.

By browsing the Supercool Ltd website, you are accepting the cookies as mentioned above plus any others deemed essential for the best user experience. You can manage cookies in your browser; however, if you decline or delete cookies, areas of the site may not function properly or may behave unexpectedly.