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The code your computer uses to register cookies are completely harmless, yet serve many purposes, like helping you navigate between pages efficiently, storing your preferences and generally improving your user experience when navigating around the The Headland Caravan Park website. Cookies also allow you to save your login details, so you can stay logged in and don’t need to keep entering your credentials.
The Headland Caravan Park uses permanent cookies to enable basic web traffic analysis using Google Analytics.
We use code in our email communications to track whether that email has been opened and read, and whether the recipient has used the onward links contained in the email. This allows us to monitor and improve our email communications.
If you are not happy with the storing of information on your computer, you can choose to block some or all cookies, and in some cases even delete the cookies that have already been set – but please note that you may lose some functionality on websites by disabling cookies.
To restrict or block web browser cookies already saved on your device, you must do this through the settings function on your chosen browser. For more information on how to disable cookies, please visit www.aboutcookies.org