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Cookie Policy

A cookie is a small text file that is saved to the hard drive of your computer when you use a website. Our website uses analytics cookies to record anonymous information such as the number of visits to each page, how long each visit was, and where the visitor came from (a search engine, another website etc.)

 

We may use cookies to:

 

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It is possible to stop accepting cookies through your web browsers settings. To find out more click the following link: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/. You may limit site operation or functions on other websites if you limit cookies.

 

Below is a list of first party cookies this website uses:

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Third Party Cookies

 

We use a Twitter Feed  on our news page and the Tweet button on each page of our website. The Twitter Feed and Tweet button (twitter.com) create five third party cookies – pid, _twitter_sess, k, guest_id and original_referer – if a visitor accesses the site when not logged into Twitter, and a further cookie if accessed while logged on to Twitter. We use it on the basis that Twitter adheres to its Privacy Policy – see http://twitter.com/privacy for more information.

About Us
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  • Raise cottage is situated on the summit of Dunmail Raise, close to Raise Beck. This stunning location provides superb mountain views and immediate access to the mountains for walkers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Nestling on the slopes of Seat Sandal, it is a prime location to explore the Central Fells, probably the best location for your ascent of Helvellyn.