Cookie Policy

Cookie and Tracking Technology


This site may use cookies or browser tracking technologies to provide a better overall user experience. This information allows us to continue modifying the site to meet end user browser types, operating systems, and frequency of visits. Personal information cannot be collected by these methods unless expressly provided by the end user. Aggregate cookie and tracking information may be shared with third parties.


What are cookies?


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How we use cookies


We use cookies (and sometimes other similar technologies) to:


Monitor your use on our website and gather analytics to help us improve your browsing experience

  • Remember your preferences to personalise your visit
  • Personalise our website and display information relevant to you
  • Help us improve the usability of our website


This policy applies only to interactions taking place via the web site, and does not govern offline interactions.



Parish church of Rufforth, Yorkshire

on the B1224 road from Wetherby to York

© All Saints' Church, Rufforth