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We have categorised the cookies used on this website based on the categories outlined in the International Chamber of Commerce's UK Cookie guide (PDF link). You may also find the information at www.aboutcookies.org helpful.
These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around a website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of a site. A cookie of this type (a so-called PHP session cookie) is used to "remember" your acceptance of this policy and to facilitate the updating of the website using a content management system.
On most of our web pages we include buttons enabling visitors quickly to share a particular page on various social media (currently Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn). The use of these buttons by our visitors does not provide Long Crendon Baptist Church with any information by which you can be identified. The third-party social media services (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc) to which these buttons are linked have their own privacy and cookie policies concerning the use of information which they may or may not gather from the presence of these buttons on our pages, and you are encouraged to acquaint yourself with these policies via the third parties' own websites.