Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer by websites that you visit.

They are used widely to improve how websites work, such as enabling interactive features, and to provide information to website owners about how their site is used and how well it is performing.

Legislation about cookies

The EU cookie law, introduced in 2011, requires that websites make clear how and why they use cookies.

Cookies on social media websites and partner sites

The Society of Saint Gregory has a presence on websites such as YouTube, Flickr, Facebook and Twitter, who use their own cookies.

We also host content on other domains, including partner websites and other affiliated sites.

We are monitoring how cookies used on these sites affect user privacy, but we recommend that you check individual websites for more information.

Opting out of receiving cookies

You can decline cookies by modifying the privacy settings in your web browser. However, if you do this you may not be able to use all the interactive features of our website or other sites.

Find out all about cookies and how to disable them by visiting

Last updated: 04 November 2015.

Some Useful links

All About Cookies
Data Protection Act 1998
Information Commissioner’s Office
Freedom of Information Act 2000


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