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Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that can be stored on your computer/device and is a standard feature on most modern websites in order to support your browser whilst navigating, to keep your website preferences and help to tailor your online experience.

Cookies are categorised into two main types:

Session cookies – these remain on your computer/device until your browser is closed and they are then permanently deleted.

Persistent cookies – these remain on your computer/device until they expire or are manually deleted. This help us give you the same experience across all of your devices – so if you start on on your iPad but later come back on your phone, you’ll often be able to pick up where you left off.

How cookies help you

The cookies on our website are there to help your experience and to make sure you find the information you want on our website as quickly as possible.

How cookies help us

We use cookies to track the performance of our website so we can use the data we collect to see how useful the information we display is and help us understand how our website could be improved.

Third Party Cookies

Whilst using our site you may notice cookies that are from business partners of Terry’s Place. We work very hard to offer you services and a website experience that are designed to suit your needs. We work with third parties to make sure this works as efficiently as possible making use of the aggregated analytical and behavioural data that persistent cookies provide.



Don’t want to use cookies?

If you decide you want to stop using cookies, please be aware that you will notice a significant difference when using our site in future.

If you want to clear your cookies from your computer/device here’s how to do it:

Clearing cookies from a browser varies by browser so we have shown how to remove cookies on the main Internet browsers below.

Google Chrome

  1. Open Chrome.
  2. On your browser toolbar, click More.
  3. Point to More tools,and then click Clear browsing data.
  4. In the “Clear browsing data” box, click the checkboxes for Cookies and other site and plug-in data and Cached images and files.
  5. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Choose beginning of time to delete everything.
  6. Click Clear browsing data.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Select the menu “tools” and then “Internet Options”.
  3. Click on the “general” tab.
  4. In the browsing history section click on the “delete”


  1. Click the menu button, choose History, and then Clear Recent History.
  2. Select how much history you want to clear:
    • Click the drop-down menu next to Time range to clearto choose how much of your history Firefox will clear.
    • Next, click the arrow next to Detailsto select exactly what information will get cleared.
  3. Finally, click the Clear Now The window will close and the items you’ve selected will be cleared.


  1. Select Preferences from the Safari menu or hold down the Command key and the comma key at the same time (Command+).
  2. Go to the Privacy
  3. Click the Remove All Website Data button to remove all stored website data, or skip to step five to remove data on a site-by-site basis.
  4. Click Remove Nowto confirm. Note, as Safari warns you, this could log you out of sites and perhaps also change how they function. For example, instead of getting tailored ads on the site, you’ll be served generic ones.
  5. To remove stored data by site, click the Details
  6. Select the sites with stored data you want to remove. Hold down the Command key to select multiple sites.
  7. Click Remove.
  8. Click Done.

Alternatively, you can click the Remove All button to delete all of the sites’ cookies and stored data. Safari will ask you to confirm your choice.