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For the same reason, we may obtain information about your general internet usage by using a cookie file. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They therefore contain information that is transferred to your device, such as computer hard disk or mobile phone.
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We use several different types of cookies to help the website work. These are listed as follows:
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Our sites produce some cookies which are essential to keep the site working and provide the services you need. These include:
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We also place tiny tags (also known as tracking pixels or web beacons) on some of the emails we send out. These do not collect any personal information either, but they let us know how many people are opening and reading our emails so that we can choose more popular content.
On occasion, we also run multiple versions of a page. Some of our visitors will be shown one version of a page and we then use our analytics to see if this has helped people access more information or experience a better user journey with us. To prevent confusion we set a cookie to make sure that our visitors always see the same version of a page instead of all the different ones.
We occasionally use other cookies to track how our advertisements perform. As with all our analytics cookies, all the information we collect is anonymous. These cookies are used solely to let us know which site a visitor clicked on for our advertisement, that they have come through to our site and completed whatever action we wished to see promoted such downloading a leaflet or ordering an information pack.
You are not obliged to accept a cookie that we (or any other web server) send to you. Most browsers accept cookies automatically but you can modify the settings in your browser to turn off this feature. However, cookies are integral to some areas of the website and to certain online services offered by Diabetes Centre, so if you choose not to accept cookies from us, you may not be able to utilise some areas of the website and we may not be able to provide certain online services to you.
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Since staying at Amchara, I've become a healthier, brighter and more confident person. I can't thank the team enough for helping me on my journey.Andy Nash -
My experience from entry to exit was outstanding to say the least. Can't wait to return!Samantha Cole -
There aren't enough words to describe the team at Amchara, but here are a few: Helpful, informative, supportive and wonderful!Fozzia Orwell -
Positively overwhelmed by the whole experience! What an amazing place, philosophy and people. Thank you.Helen Phillips -
Amazing in every aspect. Thank you everyone from the bottom of my heart.Angelina Colarusso -
The difference in my mental state on arrival to departure, is like night and day. I feel ready to face the world again.Nicola Thomson -
All of the staff were so caring, attentive and knowledgable. The food was amazing, the retreat was impeccable and finally the presentations were inspiring.Roberta Butter -
A different person leaving than on arrival. I have a lot of energy, flatter tummy, brighter skin and a more positive outlook on life. I will definitely be returning.Melissa Lilley -
Thank you for everything! I left having done what I hoped to, and so much more.Vic Hill -
This place is absolutely amazing and I will definitely be booking again very soon! Thank you!Yvonne Corbin -
Just to say a big thank you! The week spent at Amchara has been absolutely tremendous and way beyond my expectations. I wish I had booked a longer stay!Hazel Lewis -
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