Peter Moran’s Cookie Policy

What are Cookies

Cookies are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer, to make the website work and work more efficiently. This page breaks down what information the cookies gather, how we use it and why we need to store these cookies. We will also share, how you can stop cookies from being downloaded, but this may have unforeseen circumstance on certain characteristics of the websites functionality.

The use of cookies on our website are for several reasons detailed below. However there is no global standard option for disabling cookies without it affecting certain elements in the websites functionality. Most web browsers acknowledge some form of control over most cookies, through there settings. To find out more information on cookies, involving how to view them, what has been set, how to control and delete them visit or

Disabling Cookies

You can stop the placement of cookies by changing the settings on your browser (locate browser help on how to do this). Be wary that disabling cookies can have a serious affect on the functionality of this and several other websites you may visit. Disabling cookies will also result in disabling specific elements and functionality of the website. Therefore it is advised you do not disable cookies.

The Cookies We Set




__EC_TEST__ __EC_TEST__ This Cookie is a Session Cookie, deems to create and delete the cookie when changing pages. This Cookies help to improve the general functionality of the website.
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WordPress The Cookie ‘wordpress_test_cookie will drop to test the browser you are using is able to use cookies. This cookie will expire when the browsing session end.

WordPress also places a wp-settings-[UID] and wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database. This is used to customize your view of the admin interface. The Duration of this cookie is 1 year.

WordPress_logged_in[hash] is what WordPress uses to establish who you are, whether a user is logged in or not. This cookie will expire when browser session Ends

wordpress_[hash] cookie to store your authentication details. Its use is limited to the admin console area, /wp-admin/. This cookie will expire when the browser session ends.

More Information

Hopefully this has cleared thing up for you, as previously declared, if there is something you are unsure of whether you need it or not it is probably best and safer to leave the cookies enabled. In case it interacts with one of the elements used on our or most other websites. If your still unsure and are looking for more information, then contact us on our preferred contact method;

The common browsers specific to manage cookies

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