What is a cookie?

Cookies are tiny files that enable websites to remember things about the people that are using them. They can be used to store all kinds of details that developers think are useful e.g. the last time you visited the site, how you prefer the site to look or which buttons they pressed. However some cookies, tracking cookies, can be used to build up a record of your browsing history. To read more about cookies please visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie or http://www.allaboutcookies.org/

UK Cookie Law

The introduction of the ” The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003.” means that all UK based websites need your permission to use any cookie that’s not essential for the site to work.

Cookies on infirst Limited

Infirst Limited only uses cookies to improve the sites usability and performance.

This table explains what cookies we use and why:

IssuerNameReasonMore infoEssential
Flarin Holdings LimitedASP.NETSession IdThis cookie contains the user’s session ID and is only used by the webserver to ensure continuity.http://support.microsoft.com/kb/899918 Expires: At the end of your session.Yes
Flarin Holdings Limited
Google AnalyticsThese cookies are used by commit2Bfit to judge our performance, all information gathered is anonymous. We use the information to see how many people come to our site, how long they stay and which pages and features they use and which browser they used. This information helps us improve the users experience. Google Analytics privacy policy and Cookies & Google Analytics


No, but we’d appreciate your permission to continue use.
__utmaExpires: 2 Year
__utmbExpires: 30 mins
__utmcExpires: End of session
__utmzExpires 6 months
Flarin Holdings LimitedComplianceCookieStores your cookie preferencesExpires: 6 months or End of sessionYes

Requested Permissions

Google Analytics

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