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• Remember what is in your shopping bag
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• Gather information that could then be used to advertise products or services to you
• Remember your username or preference beyond your current visit
As the lowest level of cookies available, accepting ‘essential’ cookies is a condition of using Headway Somerset . Without these cookies our website wouldn’t function and would become very difficult for you to use.
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