As part of respecting the privacy of our website visitors, we do not use any cookies that collect personal information about you. By using and browsing the Mary-Ann Watt website you are giving consent for cookies to be used according to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. If you do not consent to cookies being used, you can set your browser to refuse all or some browser cookies, or to alert you when websites set or access cookies. If you disable or refuse cookies, please note that some parts of this website may become inaccessible or not function properly.

Details of the cookies we use and why we use them are outlined below.

Understanding website usage

To better understand how our website is used and improve its performance we use Google Analytics cookies. Google Analytics is an analytical web service provided by Google, Inc. Cookies are used to collect information such as the time of day a visit occurred, which pages were visited, how long was spent on the site and to identify the point of origin and any search keywords used. This helps us to provide a better website experience and improve its performance.

Third party cookies

In order to allow functionality from social media networks such as Facebook, third party cookies are used on the Mary-Ann Watt website. We have no control over these third party cookies. To find out more about any third party cookie it is advisable to visit the respective site and to review their individual cookie policy.


The Facebook Pixel is a tracking code that help optimise advertising through Facebook. Details about the cookies used by Facebook and the data collected can be found in the detailed table in their Cookie Policy. Facebook’s pixel collects three types of data whenever it is loaded:

  1. Http headers: Anything present in HTTP headers. HTTP headers is a standard web protocol sent by default between any browser request and any server on the Internet. HTTP headers include IP addresses, information about the web browser, page location, document, referrer and user agent.
  2. Pixel-specific data: This includes the pixel ID and Facebook cookie.
  3. Optional values: Additional information can be sent about your visit through custom data events. Example custom data events are page type or service type.

Read the full Facebook Cookie Policy here:

Google AdWords

The Google AdWords tracking code helps optimise advertising through Google. Details about  data collected through the Google AdWords tracking code can be found here: