Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Your Privacy and the Cookies from our web sites

Cookies are harmless small information files left on your computer when you visit our web sites, ( and Most web sites will leave Cookies.

The Cookies are used to improve your experience when using our web sites, and to help us improve their content by letting us know which pages have been visited.

If you do not want Cookies left on your computer, then you can turn them off in your browser by following the instructions below.

If you leave Cookies enabled, we will assume that you consent to our use of Cookies on your computer.


Details of the Cookies Relating to our Web Sites

Cookies are categorised as: Strictly Necessary, Performance, Functionality, or Targeting. View the ICC(UK)’s Cookie Guide for more information about categories.

The following table gives details of the individual Cookies from our web sites:

Category Cookie name Expiry Who actually deposits the Cookie Use
Strictly Necessary PHPSESSID At end of session Glanvilles site (e.g. To treat visiting a group of pages as a session
Performance -none used-
Functionality -none used-
Targeting __utma 15 mins for Google Analytics To see which pages have been visited
__utmb 30 mins
__utmc At end of session
__utmz 6 months
APISID 10 years for Google +1 To share information publicly about the page you are viewing, as part of your Google Profile
NID 6 months
PREF 2 years
BEAT 1 month

How to Turn Off Cookies in Your Browser

Each type of browser has its own way of turning off or disabling Cookies. Click on your browser type below for instructions:

Further Information about Cookies

If you wish to learn more about Cookies you may find these links useful: