Accessibility

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Our aim is to make this web site accessible to everyone. If you do encounter any difficulties please tell us and we will work with you to resolve the problems.

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What is Accessibility?

Accessibility is the word that is used to describe whether a website can be used by people of all abilities and disabilities.

You will often notice on websites that there are 'accessibility' buttons that enable you to make changes so that your web browsing experience is easier for you, this could be something like adjusting the text size or contrast on colours. However if you click on any of these buttons it will only apply to the particular website you are viewing and as soon as you visit another website you will need to click on these buttons again.  

The BBC have produced a guide callled My Web, My Way and it explains how to help computer users to make the most of the internet whatever their ability or disability. To view this guide please click on this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/

Generally most websites will have ' cookies' that will remember any preferences you set so that as you browse from page to page you don't have to keep re-choosing how you wish your page to look.  You will see that most websites ask you to consent to cookies before browsing and will link you to their Privacy Policy so you can see what cookies are being used and how long they will last. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer and are widely used to make websites work more efficiently.  If you wish to view our Privacy Policy and understand the cookies we use please click here

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