Campaigners have been praised for saving a 200-year-old pub from closure and turning it into a thriving community hub with social lunches for vulnerable people, book swaps and an internet cafe.
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Cheltenham branch chair John Crossley describes his experience of using community pubs month to increase member involvement and improve links with pubs.
Cookies and How CAMRA uses them
What are cookies?
A 'cookie' is a small text file that is placed on a user's computer by a website. There are several types of cookie and the most common are often referred to as 'session' cookies. These are used to keep track of information needed by a user as they travel from page to page within a website. These cookies have a short lifetime and expire within a few minutes of the user leaving the site.
What cookies are used?
CAMRA primarily uses benign, short lived 'session' cookies and 'first party' cookies to tell whether a website user has logged-in, where to find details that can be used to pre-fill parts of on-line forms, such as the ordering information in the CAMRA shop. They are also used to track anonymously which areas of the site are popular and which are not used; this allows us to target carefully our website resources. Below is a easy to digest breakdown of the types of cookies we use and examples of how we use them.
1. Essential Cookies
These cookies are essential for the running of our websites. Without the use of these cookies parts of our websites would not function. For example, as a logged in member of CAMRA, you are able to access content which is otherwise not accessible, in order to check you are logged in and allowed to access this content, a cookie must be set which is used to identify you.
2. Analytical Performance Cookies
We use these types of cookies to monitor our websites performance and how it is used. These cookies provide us with information that helps us improve our website as well as to identify any areas that may need maintenance. For example, we use performance cookies to identify content that is rarely viewed, this allows us to find ways of making it more easily found.
3. Functional Cookies
Functional cookies are used to remember your preferences on our websites. This can be anything from remembering your location in order to display local beer festivals or saving your username.
Internet browsers normally accept cookies by default; however, it is possible to set a browser to reject cookies. If this is done it is important not to exclude the benign and useful session cookies or first party cookies.
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Useful information about Cookie
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- All About Cookies
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- Information Comissioners Office
- Direct Marketing Association
- Microsoft Cookies Guide