We aim to make this website accessible to all users. To achieve this aim the site has been designed to meet the WC3 Web Accessibility Standards. Examples of accessibility measures taken include:

  • Ensuring all images have ‘alternative text’ applied for screen-readers.
  • Fonts are scaleable for partially sighted users by using the following commands, PC users ‘Ctrl’ and ‘+’ and for MAC users ‘Command’ and ‘+’.
  • Where possible, header tags have been used so the site can be viewed within a text-reader or screen-reader.
  • Sufficient contrast between foreground and background colours.

If you have any difficulties viewing this site, please contact us and we will work to ensure you have access.