Privacy

When you visit our site we use

When you visit our site we use website ‘cookies’ to help us find out limited information about how our website is being used. These ‘cookies’ are small files that are sent to your browser and held there, usually for a limited time, to allow us to collect some limited information.

UK – and European Union law – states that all websites must offer you the option of rejecting these cookies, and understand how we use them. We assume that by offering this information for you to read – and by you continuing to this site you have provided consent.

By looking in your browser settings you’ll be able to find the cookies that we’re using.

THE COOKIES WE ARE USING OR MAY USE
YouTube
We embed videos from YouTube channels using YouTube’s privacy-enhanced mode. This mode may set cookies on your computer once you click on the YouTube video player, but YouTube will not store personally identifiable cookie information for playbacks of embedded videos, using the privacy-enhanced mode. You can read more about this at YouTube’s embedding videos information page.

Session cookie
We use this session cookies on all of our website pages to make sure we can distribute the use of our website evenly. When you visit the website, it assigns your browser to a particular server. The cookie expires after one day.

Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a service that provides Alpha Media Events with a way to monitor the performance of our website. It allows us to collect anonymised information on the users of our website that includes simple information about where users are, what  where they arrived at our website from and how long they spent on the site and what pages they visited. Google Analytics uses a number of cookies. They are:
“__utma”
“__utmb”
“__utmc”
“__utmz”

Facebook
We use the Facebook pixel cookies to allow us to tailor our advertising to you when you use Facebook. These cookies allow us to understand how you are using our site so we can advertise – or in some cases leave you out of our advertising. For more information about the Facebook pixel cookies, you can go to the Pixel information page at Facebook.