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Google maps – we embed some Google maps on our pages to show the location of various facilities. Google uses cookies to manage locations and to provide web analytics in terms of the number of times a map has been viewed and/or shared.

YouTube (Google) – we embed some videos from our Public Health Dorset YouTube account. A YouTube cookie is used to provide web analytics in terms of the number of times a video has been watched and/or shared.

Twitter – we embed some Twitter feeds on our pages. Twitter uses cookies to determine who follows the various links contained in these embedded feeds.

Facebook – we embed some Facebook feeds on our pages. Facebook uses cookies to determine who follows the various links contained in these embedded feeds.

Google Analytics – we use Google Analytics to gather aggregated information to understand how visitors engage with our website. Knowing which areas of content are most popular allows us to organise our content accordingly, making it easier for customers to find what they are looking for. The data is collected anonymously, reporting website trends without identifying individual visitors. The data collected is very helpful to us in improving this website, but you can opt out if you wish.

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