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Privacy & Cookies

Kirklees Citizens Advice & Law Centre (KCALC) is committed to protecting your privacy and any data that may be collected as a result of your visit to our website

Personal Information

We will only ever ask for your personal information in order to deliver our services to you. Information such as your name, phone number, email address and postal address may be required so that we can deal with your enquiry in the most efficient manner.

We collect, manage, store and destroy data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. A copy of this is available by clicking the link below :


Like most websites, our website uses cookies. Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer when you visit certain web pages. We use cookies in order to deliver a functional website and to analyse how people use our website.

The table below provides information on the cookies we use and why we use them.

Cookie Group Cookie Names Purpose
Cookie Notification kcalc_cookie_notice_visibility This cookie is created when visiting our website. It has a default value of ‘visible’ and is used to determine whether or not the cookie notice bar displays on our website. Should you press the button on the cookie bar, the value of the cookie will change to ‘hidden’ and the cookie bar will no longer display. This cookie has a lifespan of 30 days.
Accessibility Controls



These cookies are created when using our accessibility controls. They store values that remember your text size and/or colour scheme choice. These are session based cookies meaning they will be deleted when you close your web browser.
Google Translate  googtrans This cookie is used by the Google Translate service our website uses in order to deliver content in a variety of different languages. The cookie stores and remembers your chosen language to avoid you having to select your language after every page load.
Google reCAPTCHA  NID This cookie is used by the Google reCAPTCHA service our website uses in order to help protect our contact forms from abuse by bots.
Google Analytics




These cookies are used by the Google Analytics platform we use in order to collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to produce reports and to help us improve our website for future audiences.









These cookies are used by Twitter in order to integrate functionality into our website in the form of Twitter feeds and follow buttons. The cookies are used for a variety of purposes including analytics.

Managing Cookies

Most web browsers will allow you to manage the use of cookies through the browser settings. For more information on how to do this, please reference your web browser’s help system.