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Why do we use them?

The Rockinghorse website uses cookies for the sole purpose of allowing us to understand how many visitors our site has received. We also establish if you are a first-time visitor or a repeat visitor. Our cookies do not store any personal information about you.

What are your options?

A majority of web browsers accept cookies automatically. Should you prefer this not to be the case, you should be able to change the options within your browser to override this. If your browser does not automatically accept cookies, or you have requested that it doesn’t, you will be made aware of our cookie policy when you access our website.

A small box will appear at the top of your screen which explains our cookie policy. By accepting the cookies, we will be able to document your visit to our website. As explained previously, no personal details are accessed or stored, and your visit remains anonymous. Should you wish not to be tracked by the cookies as a visitor to our website, you can choose not to click the accept button. This will not affect your navigation of our website.

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We’ve been supporting sick children for 50 years
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45,000
Young patients are treated at the Alex every year
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600
Babies are treated at the TMBU every year
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Babies are treated at SCBU every year
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