This web site has been designed to make it as widely accessible as possible so that everyone, regardless of ability, can use our site. This page gives information on features included within the site.
Note that you may also need to review the accessibility features in your browser.
Structured, semantic markup
We have used structured, semantic mark-up on all our pages, using header tags, list items for navigation menus, address tags, etc.
Graphics, Pictures and Images
Where we have used graphics, pictures and images, we have included text descriptions (‘Alt-Tags’), to comply with internationally recognised Web accessibility guidelines. All graphical navigation buttons are similarly ‘Alt-tagged’.
Where appropriate, links have title attributes which describe the link in greater detail.
Adjusting the size of the text
Users have the flexibility to resize the text as they wish. The method for doing this varies from browser to browser. Please follow the links below for up-to-date instructions on how to do this on your browser:
Alternatively, on most PC’s, you can adjust your text size by holding down the ‘Ctrl’ key and using your mouse scroll wheel to increase or decrease the text size.
There is a link to the site map at the bottom of every page that can help you navigate around the site.
If you would like to read a PDF document with a screen reader, please visit the Access Adobe website.
To find out more about accessibility issues please visit the Web Accessibility Initiative www.w3c.org/WAI.
Please note that clicking on the links or logos will open a new browser window.
We’ve tried our best, but if there is anything that we have missed or you feel we could have done better, please let us know by contacting us on: 01706 718 180 or email us.