The site provides advice and help to all those people who would benefit from making changes to their browser, operating system, or computer to be able to view the webiste in a more accessible way.
We have endeavoured to remove barriers to this website so that disabled people can access information and use the website as easily as possible, with all the functionality that should be expected by us all:
Changing the appearance of the website as a visual aid please use the functionality located in the bottom left-hand side:
If you'd prefer the font size to be larger or smaller by clicking on any on the 'A' button sizes, font sizes are as follows:
To increase or decrease the text size, follow these simple instructions for Internet Explorer:
A text based site map has been provided to assist users to get an overall impression of the site quickly.
For screen reader software, if you don't wish to have the navigation read out to you on any page, we have included a 'skip to content' link as one of the first entries on the page. If you select this link you will be taken straight to the main content area.
Bold and underlined fields are required and represent accesskeys.
Following keyboard combinations are as follows:
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