Accessibility

We recognise and value the information provided on this website and have provided it in a format that is accessible to everyone, regardless of ability or disability. To ensure this, this website has been programmed to follow published web standards and accessibility guidelines.

The website has been created with the user in mind. Each page has been specifically designed to allow for maximum legibility and ease of navigation. Information is clearly presented and accessible to screen reading software with a clear and easy level of usability designed to suit all. Pages are coded in web standard HTML 5 with complementary CSS used to add an extra level of decoration and functionality.

Additional cosmetic enhancements have been added using Javascript. Although viewing is recommended in the latest version of any modern browser such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Internet Explorer, compatibility should date back to earlier versions.

The website complies with the Disability Discrimination Act and at least, Priority 2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines set out at W3C and where possible, adheres to Priority 3. If you experience problems accessing any part of the website, please contact a member of the team.

Note: Internet Explorer version 6 is no longer supported by Microsoft and is not compatible with certain elements of this site.