Our site has been developed to work with all modern browsers and be accessible and usable to visitors.

Our site:

  • adheres as to The World Wide Web Consortium W3C A Web content where possible
  • complies with best practice for accessibility and The Equality Act for web accessibility
  • complies with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
  • uses standard coding technologies HTML 5 and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS3) for site styling, layout and design and ensure consistency of the design across browsers
  • provides text to accompany non-text elements (such as pictures or graphical buttons for navigating)
  • has document organisation for sensibly ordered readability without the need for the accompanying style sheets
  • makes sure all information conveyed through coloured content can be inferred or is available without colour
  • uses clear and simple labelling for the websites content
  • clearly delineating changes in the natural text of the document to other content
  • the foreground and background colours have sufficient contrast for those who struggle with differentiating colours
  • uses an appropriate mark-up language rather than images to convey information
  • uses header elements to convey structure
  • uses style sheets to control the layout and presentation
  • clearly identifies the target of each link
  • uses a sitemap to provide further information about layout
  • uses navigation mechanisms in a consistent manner
  • provides metadata to add semantic information to web pages
  • divides large blocks of information into more manageable blocks when possible.