The aim of this Cookies list is to provide you with an understanding as to what types of cookies we use on our site.
We have tried to cover all cookies in this list that we or our technology partners use. Please be aware that there may be a delay in updating this list. If you do notice any discrepancies please be sure to contact us
and let us know.
This cookie is a ‘session cookie’ and tells us that you are actively using our site. This way we can always know, at any given time, how many users we have visiting.
Session cookie (RA Collections website)
This cookie is used to remember choices you made when moving from page to page on the RA Collections
area of the website, for example the last letter you selected on the "Names A-Z" page. This session cookie expires when you close your browser.
NID, SNID, PREF, khcookie
These cookies are used by Google to store user preferences and information when viewing pages with Google maps on them.
This cookie stores the users text size preferences from the accessibility controls.
This Cookie is used to identify unique visitors to our sites. The results are sent to our Google Analytics account so that we may see how many unique visitors come to this site based over a period of time.
This cookie is used by Google Analytics to determine the visitor session times on our sites. Each time you visit a new page on the site the cookie is set to expire within 30 minutes, if it does not find an existing cookie, a new one is created.
This cookie is used by Google Analytics in conjunction with __utmb to determine visitor sessions. Unlike __utmb this cookie does not have an expiry date, it determines whether a new session should be created based on whether you have previously closed your browser, re-opened it and come back to the site.
This cookie is used by Google Analytics to determine the type of referral used by each visitor to arrive at our site. The cookie determines if the user has come directly to the site or via a search engine, email or email campaign. We use this data to understand how our users arrive at the website.