Cookie Policy




Worthing4Refugees (W4R) is a charity with a vision of Worthing as a place of welcome, safety, integration and justice for refugees. Initiated by church leaders, our ethos is drawn from a Christian tradition which cares for all people, especially those in need of shelter, food, clothing and support as a result of being displaced or circumstances beyond their control. We work with West Sussex County Council, Adur and Worthing Borough Council, The Good Faith Partnership and the Home Office to resettle refugees, in the first instance Syrian refugees, and to provide a safe place, helping them to integrate with their local community.


A cookie is a small piece of data or message that is sent from a website’s server to your web browser and is then stored on your hard drive. They’re generally used to improve your user experience by – for example – remembering what’s in your online shopping basket or keeping you logged in on a website as you navigate from one page to another. Cookies can’t read data off your hard drive or other cookie files, and do not damage your system.  


Cookies set by the website owner or service provider (in this case, W4R) are called ‘first party cookies.’ Cookies set by parties other than the website owner are called ‘third party cookies.’ Third party cookies enable third party features or functionality to be provided on or through the website or service you are using (such as advertising, interactive content and analytics). The third parties that set these third party cookies can recognise your computer when it visits the website or service in question and also when it visits certain other websites or services.


How we use cookies


  • The only first party cookies we use allow Google Analytics to monitor the performance of our website. This helps us understand how customers arrive at our site, browse or use our site and highlight areas where we can improve such as navigation and marketing campaigns.
  • The only third party cookies we use are social media (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, YouTube) and their buttons to connect with/to their websites, so read their cookie use policy to check what information they’re collecting on you too.
  • The data stored by these cookies never shows personal details from which your individual identity can be established.



    How to change your cookies


  • Your web browser settings allow you to refuse any cookie or to alert you to when a cookie is being sent. They also allow you to control cookies stored on your hard drive.


    What cookies we use


  • First party cookies
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  • Third party cookies
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    Contact details and Further Information



    Gay Jacklin

    c/o Maybridge Community Church

    77 The Strand


    BN12 6DR

    Tel: 01903 700522/07906 372947