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The cookies we use
|Change text size facility||style||You can use the icons at the top of every page to change the size of the text. This cookie remembers your choice when you next visit our website.|
|Salford customer account||Salford_SCA_Username||"Remember me" functionality when logging into the Salford customer account, so that you do not have to login every time you visit.|
|Salford City Council discussion forum||agforum||"Remember me" functionality when logging into the discussion forum, so that you do not have to login every time you visit.|
|Secure upload form||SalfordSecureUpload||Allows users to securely upload documents to Children's Services. The cookie remembers what a user has already entered if they want to submit another form. This is deleted when you close your browser.|
|Essential site cookies||ASPSESSIONIDXXXXXXXX
|These cookies are essential for various parts of the website to function properly. They are deleted when you close your browser.|
|To find out how many people are accessing our website. If you don't want to send this data, you can install a browser add-on to opt-out off this information being collated by Google.|
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This page was last updated on 18 June 2015