The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating uses anonymous cookies to improve your experience on our website.
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These cookies perform a number of functions but they are primarily used by websites to identify and remember you. They make navigating sites easier by saving your preferences, remembering your passwords, keeping you logged in and retaining items in your shopping basket as you browse.
For example, without cookies, you would have to log back into websites every time you navigated to a new page. Which would be annoying.
Managing your cookies
You can block or remove cookies in the browser. Blocking cookies may prevent you from accessing some services and content from www.wcpcswansea.com including event registration. Removing cookies will log you out of an existing session. Find out how to block and manage cookies at All About Cookies.
You can use the “incognito” or “private browsing” mode in your web browser to restrict the type of cookies that are set and how they are used to track. This creates a fresh session and you will look like a new user unconnected to other sites, for example social media sites will see you as a signed out user (unless you explicitly login to them) and Google Analytics will see you as a new visitor.