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The Amicus Trust website, like many other website and hosted online services uses Cookies to provide important functionality. These Cookies may be in the form of a small txt tile which are stored on your computer or mobile device. They cannot be used to identify you personally.

Our website uses both persistent and session cookies. Session Cookies delete themselves automatically when you leave the website or shut down your browser, typically they are used to store important security related information such as recognising that you have already entered your username and password so you don’t need to repeat if for every web page request. Persistent Cookies stay on your computer permanently until you manually delete them typically they allow the service to recognise your device and hold information about your preferences so that you don’t have to give the same information several times.

This website uses cookies to perform the following functions. • Google Analytics

Google Analytics is used to help us analyse how users interact with our, such as how frequently people access our content. This Analytical tool uses persistent cookies (a small text file stored on your computer) to collect this information. The information about your use of our website (including your IP address) is then transmitted to Google. This information is used to evaluate visitors use of our website for continuous improvement to user experience and performance, and statistical reporting purposes. Find out more information on the Google Analytics privacy policy.

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