Cookie Policy

We use cookies to collect and remember information about you and the types of products you like, by doing this we can make your visit to our website quicker, easier and generally more pleasant.  By continuing to use the website you agree to our use of cookies.  If you don’t agree to our use of cookies, but you still want to visit our website, you can turn off the cookies in your browser settings.

What are Cookies

The small text files which a website may put on your computer or mobile device, when you visit a site or page for the first time are called cookies. The cookie will help us to recognise you and your device the next time you visit us, and hopefully, make your experience of our website a better and easier one.  A cookie is the term we use to refer to all files (web beacons or other similar files) that collect information in this way.

How do we use Cookies

The functions cookies serve, mean that we can remember your username and preferences, analyse how our website is performing (or not!) and allow us to recommend content to you, which we believe would be relevant.  The information collected, is completely anonymous.  It will include things like the number of visitors to our website, how they arrive at the site and which pages they visit.   Some cookies contain personal information such as storing your username, if you have clicked ‘remember me’ when logging in.

As part of both our Privacy and Cookie Policy, we do not use cookies to:

•Collect any personally identifiable information

•Collect any sensitive information

•Pass on information or data to advertising networks or third parties

By using cookies our website is able to do the following:

•Make our shopping basket and checkout work

•Allow you to add comments to our site

•Remember your search settings

This means we can’t turn these particular cookies off.

Your permission to use cookies

We don’t take it for granted, therefore should you wish to disable cookies whilst you are visiting our site you can, however, 4 Points Leisure might not work as you would expect.

Third Party Cookie Functions

4 Points Leisure, like other websites, includes functionality provided by a third party, (Facebook, Twitter, other social websites) this means that we sometimes embed content and borrow functionality from these websites. We do this to enable us to be on these sites (and enable users to ‘like’ us or share content). We also use analytics software managed by third parties to produce visitor statistics (to see how many people visited our website, what type of technology they are using to access the site, how long they spend on the site, what page they look at etc).  These services also use cookies.  We use these third parties as it helps us to continuously improve our website, they also tell us, on an anonymous basis, how people reached this site (e.g. from a search engine) and if they have been here before.  This helps us to develop our services for you, making our website easier to use.

How to Manage Your Cookies

If you want to switch cookies off, you can do so by adjusting your browser settings, (you can opt to remove cookies and choose not to receive cookies in the future) however, by doing so you may limit the functionality of ours and a large proportion of websites, as cookies are now a standard part of most websites.  To find out more about deleting and controlling the cookies stored on your computer, visit


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