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The cookies we use
The following cookies are used on the Barnsley Museums website:
Strictly necessary cookies
These are strictly necessary for basic functioning of the website, including login functions, form submission security and to tailor visual elements on a per-session basis. You can change whether you accept these in your browser settings if required.
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These cookies enable a better user experience, for example enabling YouTube videos to appear and play. If these are disallowed some or all of these features may be adversely affected. The list of cookies shown below is subject to change by the vendors (YouTube/Google and Vimeo).
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These cookies collect anonymous, aggregated data and enable us to identify our most popular pages and content to improve our site and the experience we offer visitors. Disallowing these cookies negatively affects our ability to improve our product and services.
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