We are committed to making our website accessible to all users, regardless of physical, economic or technological circumstances. It is designed to be in accordance with the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG v2.0)
and the UK Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)
and we specifically aim to maximise the experience for people with disability.
Access keys have not been implemented for this site. The need for these have been made redundant by modern screen readers, and keyboard short-cuts relies heavily on the user's memory. WCAG v2.0 guidelines do not have a requirement for implementing access keys. Instead, we have designed the navigation to be quickly and easily accessible.
We are committed to continually improving our levels of accessibility and finding new ways to present web sites which create the best possible user experience for people with disability. If you have found any difficulty in using this site, or have any suggestions on how to improve the site, please contact us .