What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files, stored on your computer that the Moseley Rugby Club‘s website uses to help with it‘s operation. Some Cookies are generated by us, and in certain cases, cookies are also generated by other web sites. The Moseley website would not work properly without the Cookies that we generate or request.

None of the Cookies created or requested by this website contains any personal information.

To comply with a new law, we have a legal duty to describe the Cookies that are associated with this website, and give you the opportunity to opt out of using them.

Enabling and Disabling Cookies

Cookies can be enabled or disabled in your browser, eg Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc. The only cookies we can disable are the ones that the Moseley website generates or requests, and if these are disabled the site won't work properly.

Third party cookies would have to be disabled by you, dear user, by adjusting your browser settings. Refer to website http://www.whatarecookies.com/enable.asp for some help with this.

The Cookies used on the Moseley Website are as follows:

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Both of these Cookies are generated and used by our website. They are essential.

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Moseley uses Google Analytics to provide useful reports of the number of visitors to our website, which visits are first time visits, and other marketing analysis.

If these Cookies were disabled we would receive inaccurate data from Google Analytics.

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