Cookie Policy

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small files of letters or numbers that are downloaded onto your computer or mobile and other handheld devices when you access certain websites. They do not harm your computer. Cookies allow websites to recognise a user’s device and help your browser navigate through the website, amongst other functions.

Use of Cookies on the Lark Websites

We use cookies to help us provide you with a good experience when you are using our website. We do not use cookies to collect or record information such as your name, address or payment details.
We use cookies on this website for the following:

  • For technical purposes essential to the operation of our online quote facilities, such as keeping track of your quotation during the various stages, and enabling you to proceed to the checkout and pay for your quotation. This information is only tracked during your current session.

  • To collect statistical information about how visitors use this website, so we can improve the way this website works.

  • To enable us to fulfil our contractual obligations to third parties, for example, to pay a partner if you have made an online purchase on this website by following a link from their website.

We do not use cookies to:

  • Collect information such as your name, address or payment details

  • Record personal information about yourself

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, by visiting any of Lark’s websites with your browser settings adjusted to accept cookies tells us that you want to consent to our use of cookies as outlined above. You can manage your computer’s cookie settings by following the following instructions.

How to Manage Cookies
You can enable or disable cookies by changing your website browser settings to accept or reject cookies as required. Depending on which browser you use to access websites, determines how to manage your cookies. Please bear in mind that if cookies are not enabled on your computer, your activities may be restricted.

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