On this page, you will find all of our T's & C's & Website Policies
Note: You should read each of the above terms and policy sections before using our website, as the use of our website and webshop should only be done so on the sole basis you agree to our terms, conditions and policies in full. Using our website in any way automatically deems that you agree to these terms and policies, therefore if you do not agree with any of our terms or policies, you should leave this website and refrain from using it in the future.
Please also note: We value your privacy wholeheartedly and we too hate spam... You can rest assured that we will never sell your data or personal information to anyone ever...!
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Performance cookies are cookies that are held on your machine that are not essential to the core functionality of the site but do allow us to make non-essential improvements to the website presentation or allow us to capture really useful information about how the site is used in order to improve it.
Third-party cookies are not actually set by us, but by a few of our trusted partners such as Google or Wix. Some of our third-party Cookies are essential, such as those used by Wix for security measures and to allow our site to function in the way it should. Other third-party cookies are used for Re-marketing which is a way to show you new products and services based on what we think you might be interested in. Re-marketing is very common, however, if you want to learn more or find out how to opt-out of all third-party cookies, we have provided some helpful links below for you to control them as you wish.
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Cookies on Mobile’s and Tablet’s
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Ads and Re-marketing
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Your Personal Information Is Always Private
We would like to fully reassure you that the data contained in the cookies that allow us to provide these ads are completely anonymous. Our third-party cookies do not contain any of your personal information.
You Can Control your Google advertising
The idea of the adverts is that we can show you material that is relevant to you. We would very much like to continue doing this. However, you can choose to opt-out of this kind of advertising whenever you like. To opt-out of Google advertising and control all your ad’s, you can do this here. Google Ad Settings
Controlling your cookies: Here are some helpful sites for your info, where you can learn how to delete and control the cookies that are stored on your site, and more. https://www.learn-about-cookies.com/how-to-delete-cookies
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Welcome To Our Website:
Now that the cookies are out of the tin, please enjoy using our website and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us by telephone on +44 (0) 208 222 6667 or by email at
Emma & The Team
Director of The House Surgery Ltd
If you want a really fab recipe for delicious cookies... We've tried them!!
Then check out the amazing Jamie Oliver's - Devil's Double Choc Malt Cookies - They are truly scrumptious..!
Photo Courtesy of Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver, (2020), Devil's double choc malt cookies [ONLINE]. Available at: [Accessed 8 July 2020].
50 g unsalted butter
200 g quality dark chocolate (70%)
1 x 396 g tin of condensed milk
25 g ground almonds
2 heaped teaspoons Horlicks
200 g self-raising flour
100 g Maltesers
50 g quality white chocolate
Melt the butter and chocolate in a pan on a low heat until smooth and combined, stirring occasionally.
Remove from the heat and stir in the condensed milk, followed by the almonds and Horlicks.
Sift in the flour and a pinch of sea salt, mix together, then chill in the fridge for 20 to 30 minutes (no longer).
Once cool, but still pliable, smash up the Maltesers and roughly chop the white chocolate, then mix it all together.
Preheat the oven to 170°C/325°F/gas 3.
Divide the mixture into 24 equal-sized balls and place on a couple of large baking trays lined with greaseproof paper.
Flatten each a little – like squashed golf balls (you can freeze them at this stage to bake another day if you like) – then bake for around 12 minutes, or until chewy in the middle and firm at the edges. Leave to sit in the tray for 5 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool.
If you want to take these devilish cookies to another level, either sandwich 2 cookies with a good spoonful of your favourite ice cream, or even some homemade marshmallow, and squeeze… heaven, or simply drizzle all the cookies with melted chocolate while they cool… amazing! - Jamie Oliver
Recipe Courtesy of Jamie Oliver
Jamie Oliver (2020) Devil's double choc malt cookies, Available at: https://www.jamieoliver.com/ (Accessed: 08/072020).
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However, if you turn all cookies off, you will not be able to use or access certain areas of our website, such as shopping online or registering an account, you will still be able to see much of our site, however, the site will no longer allow full functionality which in turn may make your web experience less user friendly.
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What are Cookies?
To place an order on The House Surgery Website Shop you must have cookies enabled. To find out how to turn cookies on or off, see the sections detailed below on Managing Cookies. If you do not want to enable your cookies, that is fine, you will still be able to view our website. However, you will find that many features will not work until cookies are enabled. For example, you should still be able to view our products and site info, but you will not be able to place an order or create an account.
As well as our own cookies, we also have relationships with some trusted suppliers who might set cookies during your visit. (details of these trusted companies are listed below) These cookies are used for remarketing purposes, which is simply a way to show you new products and services based on what we think you might be interested in. This is completely optional, so if you want to learn more, or opt-out, read our section about Ads and Re-marketing.
Below is a list of the cookies that we use on this site. Each cookie falls under the category of either 'essential cookies', 'performance cookies' or 'third-party cookies'. For an explanation of each category, see the descriptions below this list