Cookie Policy

O’Brien’s Kilkenny respects the privacy of all individuals who visit our websites. This policy outlines the use of cookies on all websites linked to the O’Brien’s Kilkenny group. We use cookies to make our websites faster and easier to use.

Our Cookie Policy may be updated in accordance with changes in technology or legislation. These changes may affect how we use cookies and how you can manage cookies as a user.

A Cookie – What is it?

Cookies are small text files that can store a small amount of information and are stored on your computer, mobile device or other device when you visit a website. Cookies help us recognise your device the next time you visit our website. They remember settings and preferences you have when using our sites. Cookies don’t run programs on your device and they do not deliver viruses to your device.

Our cookies can only be read by the O’Brien’s Kilkenny websites. We do not have access to use cookies provided by other sites, for example, Google. Third-party websites, affiliate links or advertisements may also use cookies on our sites. These parties can only track when you click on their links or advertising and cannot track your activity that does not include their content. We do not have access to third-party cookies, nor do we have any control over them. We cannot access any data that these third-parties may store.

What are Cookies used for?

O’Brien’s Kilkenny use cookies to improve and enhance your online experience with us. O’Brien’s Kilkenny cookies are only used by O’Brien’s Kilkenny related systems. We use certain analytical cookies to help us understand the content most viewed by our visitors and what content they found most useful. We do not track your activity once you have left a O’Brien’s Kilkenny website. As some cookies are essential to using our website, parts of our site may be inaccessible or function incorrectly if you refuse or disable the use of cookies.

What types of Cookies are used?

O’Brien’s Kilkenny use session, analytical and third-party cookies on all our websites.

Session Cookies – Stores information as you navigate through our websites. Your movement is tracked from page to page, so you are not required to input the same information twice in the same visit.

Analytical Cookies – This information is anonymous and collects data about page visits which is used to identify popular pages and content on our websites and recognise possible issues or concerns. The information gathered by these cookies cannot be used to identify who it came from and is used in data reports.

Third-Party Cookies – Used and generated by third-party links and advertisements. The tracking may be anonymous.

Your Choices

If you wish to turn off cookies or change your settings so that you are notified when they are in use, you can use the help menu on your browser. If you disable cookies on your browser, this may affect certain functions on a website, for example, a logging in service. Features that are used to enhance your site experience will also be unavailable.