Cookies & Data Choices
What they are, what we use them for, and how you can control your preferences
Cookies are small text files which are stored on your device. They help us to improve how our website works, as well as promote the festival to people who we think might want to come.
Essential cookies are, as the name suggests, vital to our website functioning correctly. As such, they cannot be turned off.
If we didn't use essential cookies we would not, for example, be able store and remember any of your other data preferences. They provide beyondthewoods.co.uk with the bare minimum level of functionality.
Sometimes we will use completely anonymous data to help our website to work in a more user-friendly way.
For example, you might have noticed that our FAQ page features a series of top questions - things people want answers to most often.
In this instance, cookies help us to idenfity which questions people are looking at most regularly, on a strictly anonymous basis.
We don't give this data to anybody else - it's for our own, internal use only.
We use Google Analytics to understand how people use and interact with our website. This data helps us to improve the service we can provide to fans of the festival through beyondthewoods.co.uk.
For example, on a very basic level we can see how many people have visited a certain page. This helps us to assess how useful or not you are finding what we've written on it.
You can also opt out of Google Analytics on all websites here.
We use a pixel to help run our advertising campaigns on Facebook (and other associated platforms).
This helps us to determine, based on their visits to beyondthewoods.co.uk, who might be interested in seeing adverts for the festival. Equally, if you've already bought your ticket, we'll know not to show you adverts any more.
If you decide to turn off this functionality, it is not a guarantee that you will no longer see any adverts for Beyond The Woods.
you can read Facebook's cookies policy here.