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There are three types of cookies in use on the Gauge O Guild website: strictly necessary cookies which allow the website to function, functional cookies which make it easier for you to use the website, and statistical cookies which allow us to measure the number of visitors to the website.

You can control the latter two types on this page whilst strictly necessary cookies can be controlled in your browser settings.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are used by the webserver environment and the forum which are required to make the site work. On pages with embedded YouTube videos then YouTube store a cookie when the play button is pressed. You can read more about YouTube's privacy policy here.

Functional cookies

These cookies are used to make it easier to use the site. For example your login details are stored in a cookie. If you disable this then you will need to login every time you visit the site. It will also make other areas of the website less convenient to use.

Statistical cookies

This site uses Google Analytics to provide statistical data about the number of visitors, session duration, bounce rate, source and other such information about website traffic. Google records your IP address but it is not available to us. You can read more about Google Analytics here.

Your preferences are automatically saved.

If you have any further queries about the use of cookies on the Guild website then please contact the web team.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files which are transferred to your browser when you visit websites. They are generally used to make it easier and more convenient to use websites.

For example a cookie will be used to remember you so that next time you visit the website you don't have to login.

Cookies are text so they can't look into your computer or read any data you have stored on it.

If you want to know more then the website has a lot of information.

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We use cookies for administrative, functional and statistical purposes. You can control these by clicking "Manage settings".