What are cookies?

A ‘web cookie’ or ‘browser cookie’ is a small file which is stored on your computer when you visit a website.

These files are used by all website for a number of things but mainly to remember where you have been on the website and what you are searching for. For example the Google search engine uses cookies to remember what you searched for previously to assist in future searches.

For a more details read more about cookies on Wikipedia.

How does we use cookies?

The St John’s website has minimal cookies built into it’s system but we do use cookies to record how our visitors use and browse around our website.

St John’s uses the popular Google Analytics system which shows us what our most popular website pages are, what our users type into Google in order to find us and how effective our news and fundraising campaigns are.

Other cookies

As we integrate with popular social media websites like facebooktwitter and YouTube it is important to mention that these sites may also use cookies of their own which may sometimes be stored on your computer via our website.

For more information on these cookies you should view the respective privacy polices for each of these sites:

Questions and queries

If you have any further queries about how our website uses cookies then feel free to contact us.