Accessibility

This website has been developed with the W3C WAI Guidelines in mind.  The site aims to comply with the guidelines to Priority 2 (AA).

The site should be accessible to those who use access tools, such as screen readers and magnification software; however, if you experience any issues with this site from a usability or accessibility viewpoint, we would be grateful for your feedback and will actively address any issues raised.  Please use our Online Feedback Form to report any issues or suggestions that you may have.

The site has been developed to work with your browser's settings, for your own requirements. For more information about setting up your browser to suit you, please see How to Change Text Size or Colours (W3C).