This site aims to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Level A guidelines and AA guidelines for accessibility and we are committed to continuously working on improving the accessibility of the site.
This is a useful resource to find out about the accessibility features of your browser:
You can navigate around the site without using your mouse, using the tab and arrow keys.
We use colours and font size that provide sufficient contrast to make our pages easily readable.
The pages have been coded in such a way that it should be possible for you to increase or decrease the size of the text using built-in controls on your browser.
All non-decorative images will have ‘alt’ text descriptions – this is what screen readers will read.
Users of the site uploading their own images will be prompted to add text descriptions for accessibility.