So what’s a Cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of text that we store on your computer. It is saved when you first visit this website (unless you have “do not track” turned on in your browser).
What do cookies do?
We use several different types of cookie, depending on whether you register your details or not. For all types, we assigned you a unique visitor id and then we use that information to see what pages on this website people clicked on so we can work out what pages people like and what pages they don’t.
If you haven’t registered your information with us (or if you registered and asked not to be remembered), then we use an anonymous cookie that tells us how often you visit the website. We also work out how many pages you visited and how you navigated around the site in a particular session. We can’t link this with your personal information, unless you specifically register with us and give us your consent.
When you register with us we use your information to personalise the site and make it easier to book a table or order online, as you won’t have to fill in the same information again. As a matter of policy, we don’t ask you to set a password when using this site (as they are annoying and easy to forget!), but we use your email address or cookie information to match up your details to the right person when you visit the site in future.
What is “do not track”?
This is a setting that most web browsers have, that asks websites like this not to track your movements. If you have this setting turned on, we’ll show you a message telling you this at the bottom of your screen and we won’t track any information in any way we can relate the data back to you. You can allow us to override this setting, by clicking on the button shown.
You do not have this feature enabled
What information does this website gather?
For all users, it tracks the time and date a page is visited and your IP address. It also records what website you were on before this (if you clicked to our website using a link). If you register your personal details with us, the website will also securely store that information.
We also use third party website like Google and Facebook to track visits from their site and to provide us with insights about how people use the site.
How long do you store the information for?
Most cookies are saved for a year from the last time you visit us, apart from “session cookies” that are stored for a few hours. The information gathered about your browsing is stored indefinitely, but unless you visit the site more than once a year, it’ll no longer be associated with you after that time.
How Do I Delete Cookies?
We can remove all cookies set by this website so far. If you turn do not track before you click the button below, we won't reset any of the cookies, unless you ask us to in the futureRemove all cookies
For the puroses of the Data Protection Act, the data controller is Cluck Operations UK Limited.