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Cookie Policy

Hello! I’m Kiran, welcome to KW Mother Nurture and the website


This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are and how we (Myself and the third-party service providers used) use them and sits in line with the UK`s Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR). 

You should read this Cookie Policy along with my Privacy Policy and direct any questions and concerns you have about how we handle your personal data to

What exactly are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is used to store information for a limited period of time. Most websites use such cookies. They are automatically downloaded and stored by your browser the first time you visit a website. Such a cookie contains at least two components, the name and the value of the file. Mostly, there is also a self-deletion date, which can provide for any lifetime of the cookie. Therefore, a distinction is made between so-called session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies remain stored on your computer, depending on the lifetime specified for the cookie. They are only deleted after a certain amount of time has elapsed. These cookies remember your preferred settings when you visit the website again.


Why are cookies needed in the first place?

Cookies are intended to make the user's visit to the website easier and more user-friendly. For example, when shopping online, they enable the website to "remember" which products you have placed in the shopping basket when you return, or to automatically display your preferred layout and font size. However, not all cookies are useful and exclusively for the benefit of the user. For example, tracking cookies are used to track your behaviour on websites and place advertisements accordingly or to make websites more user-friendly. You should therefore consider which cookies to allow and which to reject. To make this decision, it is helpful to know what types of cookies there are.


What are the different types of cookies?

Functional cookies are those that are absolutely necessary to ensure essential functions of the website. Without them, the website cannot be used as intended. Among other things, they ensure functionality when switching pages from http to https and thus compliance with increased security requirements. These cookies collect anonymised information (therefore no reference to your person can be made) and cannot track your movements on other websites. They are only stored for the duration of the session and thus belong to the session cookies. Your consent to the use of these cookies is not required.


According to the legal definition, so-called first-party cookies are cookies that are not absolutely necessary to use a website. However, they fulfil important tasks that make surfing more comfortable. For example, settings you have made, such as the language selection, are saved with the help of these cookies. The information they contain is only used by the website you are visiting.


Performance cookies are those that collect information about how a visitor uses a website. This means which page a user accesses most frequently and whether error messages are displayed. These cookies do not store any information beyond this. They are used exclusively to increase user-friendliness and to tailor websites more specifically to the user. This data is also only stored in anonymised form.


If third-party content is integrated into a website, this third-party provider may set cookies while you are not directly on its website. These cookies are called third-party cookies. They allow the third party to store information about you as a user and to identify you when you visit their own website, in order to present a website that is adapted to you. 


If cookies are set for marketing purposes, they are referred to as marketing cookies. These are used to present the user with tailored and relevant advertising. Furthermore, they are used to determine the frequency of appearance of an advertisement and to determine the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.


Where can I set my cookie preferences?

Most websites have a notice about the use of cookies. You yourself have the option in your browser settings to adjust the admission of cookies more precisely to your wishes. Most browsers allow you to accept or delete all cookies or only allow certain types of cookies. You can change your browser settings to block/delete cookies following the instructions in the links below Internet ExplorerChromeFirefoxSafari, Microsoft Edge.  To learn more about how to manage and delete cookies, please visit , or


However, if you reject the storage of all cookies, this may lead to functional restrictions on websites. You have the option of deleting cookies already stored on your end device at any time. Please refer to the instructions for your browser or end device for details of how this works.


Cookies used on the website

We think it's important that you have full control over your privacy online. That's why we refrained from placing cookies that are non-essential such as Cookies. As set out in the PECR, we thus do not need to obtain your consent when you are visiting our website. 



How can we make changes to our Cookie Policy?

Except to the extent limited by applicable law, I reserve the right, to update and amend all or parts of this Cookie Policy, at any time. The version published on the Site is the version actually in force.


Questions and Further Information

If you have any concerns about the way that we use cookies or your settings, then please contact me.

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