We are committed to making our website accessible and easy to use for as many people as possible regardless of their ability or disability.
We’ve aimed to make the website as usable as possible by conforming to the World Wide Web Consortium W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. With a AA standard of visual design and build.
We’re continually reviewing our website to ensure it works towards best practice in all accessibility areas. If you have any feedback regarding usability or accessibility of our website, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tips for get the best from our website
• Ensure your internet browser is updated to the latest version
• To improve your experience, you can change settings in the most common browsers. Such as changing the colour and size of text.
• Many free plugins are also available to help you with things like text readers, or making adjustments to your display.
• Most images contain ‘alternate’ text. This allows users who can’t see images to access this descriptive information
My Web My Way by the BBC has a great guide to getting the most out of browsing the internet visit the site by clicking here http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/