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Most cookies are designed to either ensure all the website’s features work properly or to provide the website owner with anonymous information about how you use their site so they can make improvements to the user experience. These cookies are known as 1st party cookies.
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Our website uses a 1st party cookie to find out how people are using our website. This information is anonymous and cannot be linked to one individual. We use this information to make improvements to our website to make the user experience better over time.
We do not use any other type of cookie.
What we don’t do:
- Remember or store anypersonally identifiable information
- Send information to other websites
- Record your visit so advertising on other websites is more relevant to you.
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Tuesday 16th September 2014 – Thursday 18th September 2014 Event / ticket information
Saturday 20th September 2014 – Sunday 21st September 2014 Event / ticket information