Accessibility on this web site
Your access to the information on this web site is important to us. We are working to ensure that the information on this site is accessible to all people, particularly those with disabilities.
- Text sizes on this site are flexible so that they can be re-sized in most modern browsers.For more detailed information on how to change text size, plus how to alter colours if our choices make viewing difficult for you, please visit the BBC's My Web My Way.
Valid, best-practice web page coding (HTML and CSS) has been used to help ensure the content is available however you access it, such as using the latest Internet Explorer web browser, a text only browser, screen reading software for visually impaired people and even a web capable mobile phone.
- A "skip to contents" link is provided at the top of each page to allow users to easily skip over navigation links and go directly to the main page contents. The link are out of sight for regular users but can be read by screen readers for visually impaired people.
- Subheadings are used in long pages to assist people who use a screen reader to navigate among headings
We regularly check the accessibility and appearance of web pages in the latest versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers. Being unpaid volunteers, we check other browsers only occasionally and don't have the resources to extensively test assistive technologies.
Please email the webmaster if you have any accessibility issues with this site or suggestions for improvement.