We aim to make our website accessible by following certain standards and Government guidelines to ensure that it can be used by everyone.
The website has been designed to comply with the standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative 'AA' standard.
Compatibility with assistive technology
We work to ensure our website will work with recent versions of screen readers, screen magnifiers, speech recognition software and that it is keyboard enabled.
When you access an external website, the site will load in the same window from where you clicked on the link.
Although opening a link in a new window may appear to be the best way of linking to an external site, research has shown that opening new windows can be disorientating and less user friendly.
To return back to our website use the back arrow buttons on the top of the toolbar or type our web address in the address bar.
AbilityNet provides guidance about how to:
Documents on this site
We try to ensure that all downloadable documents on this site are accessible. All PDF documents are checked for accessibility using Adobe Acrobat professional. Please contact us if you are having problems with one of our documents.
Due to graphics-intensive nature of this part of the site, geographic information cannot all be presented in an accessible format.
Get content in braille, audio or large print
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone 01539 733 333
Translate the website
This website can be viewed in languages other than English using Google translate.
We accept no responsibility for the translation of the web pages.
Please get in touch if you would like to discuss our approach to accessibility on this site, please feel free to make a comment or pass on any suggestions.