Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

At Outdoor Swimmer we strive to give visitors to our website the best experience possible. One of the ways we achieve this is by storing small amounts of information about your visit in data files onto your computer called cookies. 

Cookies don't identify you personally, but help the site remember details about your visit enabling us to provide better services for you. They cannot carry viruses or install malware on your machine.

You can control and delete these files as you wish. If you chose to delete cookies please be aware that some parts of the website, such as our contact form, will not work properly. You can find out more about cookies and how to remove them at:

How we use cookies

We use cookies in several places. We'll run through each we set, what reasons we have for setting them and how long they last for

Measuring website usage (via Universal Analytics)​

These cookies are set by Google Analytics:

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_ga This helps us count visitors to by checking if you've visited before 2 years
_gatManages the rate at which page view requests are made 30 mins

Our introductory messages

We may show you a message regarding our newsletter or advertisers the first time you visit the site. We store a cookie to know not to show you these messages on subsequent pages and visits.

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c_s_c This lets us know if you've seen our canvas advert previously 30 days
show_signup_modalThis lets us know if you've seen our message regarding our newsletter 30 days

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