We want to make sure that our website is accessible to everyone.

In designing the website, we have had regard to the Disability Discrimination Act and the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

We have tried to use clear, jargon free language which is easy to understand.

We have used clear, legible texts and fonts and dark text on light backgrounds with a good deal of contrast between the two to make the website easier to read.

We have used Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual layout. This allows you to override our styles with your own preferred fonts and colours by going to the ‘view’ menu in your browser.

Javascript is only used on non-critical elements and you should have no problem accessing the site with Javascript switched off

We have a common link style throughout the website and have tried to make the links obvious through the use of boldening and underlining

We only use tables for tabular data and not for layout purposes.

The website can be accessed on PCs and Macs from most browsers:

* Internet Explorer
* Firefox
* Safari
* Chrome

We welcome your comments and suggestions about the useability of our website.