Accessible websites are designed so that they can be visited by everyone, regardless of any disability they may have. There are over 10 million disabled people in the UK, so we think it's very important that websites are designed with accessibility in mind.
We've followed accessibility guidelines put together by the World Wide Web consortium. These guidelines advise on a range of elements, such as the use of colour, language, text size and proper labelling of images.
Using these guidelines, this site has achieved an 'A' accessibility rating. To find out exactly what this means, you can read the complete World Wide Web consortium guidelines here.
We're always looking to improve our site for all our visitors, so if you have any feedback, or spot something that we may have missed, then we'd love to hear from you.
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