This Website has been developed to serve the largest possible audience using the broadest range of systems (hardware and software platforms) and that the needs of users with disabilities are considered.
Access keys can be used via a keyboard as an alternative form of navigation.
The table below displays the main access keys on the Website:
The access keys conform to the UK Government access keys standard.
We are attempting to follow recognised Accessibility Standards.
We are continuously improving this website to ensure that it meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines issued by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). The WAI website content guidelines, published in 1999 by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), are the globally used and accepted standard for website accessibility, by both the corporate and public sector. We are currently working towards the AA standard but are aware that we do not achieve this currently on all pages.
If you experience any problems with our pages, please Contact Us and we will try to provide you with the information you need
We would encourage you to send use details of any problem you find see: Contact Us
Most computers will have accessibility settings you can change including; changing the way the screen looks, the way the keyboard or mouse work and possibly speaking and listening to commands as well as a range of other features.
Windows - Click on the ‘Start’ button, then ‘Programs’, then ‘Accessories’, then ‘Accessibility’