If you would like me to let you know about my events and exhibitions, you can give me your consent to do this by completing the Ellul Ceramics Newsletter form at the bottom of the pages on my website. The only information I ask for is your name and email address. This information goes automatically into my secure MailChimp mailing list and means I can then send you information by email in the future.
If you make a purchase through my online shop, I do not collect and store any other information such as credit card details, I only use your email address to inform you of when I have posted your order, I do not add this to my mailing list if you have not requested to do so. I do not share your name and email address with anyone else.
Previously, if you have visited one of my exhibitions and asked to be put on my email list I have added your name.
You can unsubscribe from my emails at any time by clicking on the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the bottom of my exhibition emails.
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When someone visits, we collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns. We do this to find out such things as the number of visitors to the various parts of the site. We collect this information in a way which does not personally identify anyone.
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The information below explains the cookies we use, why we use them and when they are set.
Cookies set by Google Analytics
Google analytics information allows us to see how people are using the site (how many people visit, how long people spend on each page, where people go and other site usage information). Google has access to that information if you are signed into Google as you browse. We can only see 'aggregated' results, that is, we can't identify individual people from their browsing session.
Cookies set by Google Analytics and when they expire:
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__utmb – 30 minutes
__utmc – When you quit your browser
__utmz – 6 months
Cookies set by us
When you browse the web, each page is completely disconnected from the others: each page request is served by the server, which then forgets everything about the request. In some cases, such as when you have 10 pages of search results or when you are logged in, it’s helpful to carry information from page to page. So the server sets a session cookie that lets it remember, amongst other things, what is in your shopping basket or which page of search results you are on. This is called a ‘session’ cookie.
ASP.NET_SessionId – Deleted when you close your browser (or after 20 minutes)