Accessibility on websites means everyone can use them, which is a good thing. Web Accessibility is also a requirement to comply with UK disability and discrimination law, so everyone can access web services, even without using a computer mouse or screen. This site meets the standards set by the intenational web standards body W3C, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, but if you should have any difficulties or concerns here please contact us. It's always easy to test any website online for yourself, and you can constructively report problems with sites at FixTheWeb.net.
This site is using a responsive design, where page elements can rearrange or resize to create reasonable layout and usability on today's wide range of screen sizes and devices, including mobile ones and tablets. There is also a high contrast alternative display version available for those with colour or contrast vision limitations, or those looking at a screen in strong sunlight.
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