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A cookie is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. The cookie allows the website to “remember” your actions or preferences over time.


The Egmont group, including Story House Egmont Ltd, use cookies on our websites to improve functionality and the user experience. When you visit our website, data will be collected about you to customise and improve content, display videos and social share options, and also to increase the value of ads shown on the page. If you do not want data to be collected about you via our cookies, you can deactivate cookies as described below.

This cookie policy applies when we use cookies to retrieve data (e.g. personal data) from a device (e.g. computer, tablet or mobile phone) that accesses or uses our services.

To ensure that we observe relevant legislation and changes in our situation, we update this cookie policy regularly and at least once a year.


This website is provided by Story House Egmont Ltd
We are a company registered in England under company number 02648767

Story House Egmont Limited
2 Minster Court

Phone number: 0204 526 0855


Cookies are small text files that are stored on your device when you are on the Internet, including our websites. Basically, our cookies are used to make our websites more personal, prepare statistics about user behaviour, target marketing, develop more user-friendly services, etc. Some cookies – e.g. ‘session cookies’ – are only stored on your device for as long as your browser is open (e.g. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Morzilla Firefox, Safari, etc.). Other cookies – e.g. ‘persistent cookies’ – are stored longer on your device. When you return to our websites, this type of cookies will automatically be renewed, provided that you have accepted the terms.

For more information, please go to the following link: http://www.aboutcookies.org. Please also read the overview of the individual cookies below.


When you visit our websites, we typically collect and process the following type of data: Technical data about your computer, tablet and/or mobile phone, your IP number, geographical location and the pages you have visited. When you create a login or make a purchase and you give your explicit consent and enter the information, we will also process: Name, phone number, e-mail, address and payment information.

As part of our processing of your data when you use our websites, we have established appropriate technical and organisational measures to prevent that your data are accidentally or illegally erased, published, lost, deteriorated or disclosed to unauthorised parties, abused or are otherwise processed in conflict with legislation.

For further information about how we process your personal data, please refer to our privacy notice.


In some cases, we also use cookies from third parties. Such third-party cookies generally carry out ordinary functions, analyses, embedded comment fields, etc. The purpose of the use of third-party cookies is generally to market the Egmont group and our partners, show relevant adverts, display videos, and enable social sharing and social links.

We cooperate with e.g. advertisers, media agencies etc. that use cookies from our websites. Please also read the overview of the individual cookies below.


The procedure for deleting or deactivating cookies differs depending on the devise and browser you use. It is easy to change the settings in your browser and activate or deactivate cookies at the same time. See also the ‘Help function’ in your browser, if relevant.

If you use a PC, you can delete cookies by using the shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+Delete. You can also go to the following links for a guide on how to delete cookies in the relevant Internet browser:


All UK websites are required to inform the user if using the website means that cookies are stored on the user’s device. You can find the relevant legislation and guidelines on the ICO website.


Many cookies are used to improve the user-friendliness or functionality of websites. This means that if you deactivate cookies, you might not be able to use certain parts of our websites. In our cookie overview we have described how and why we use cookies:



Page last updated 1st February 2021.