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Accessibility Statement

We are committed to providing facilities suitable for people with disabilities.

Flexibility

This site has been designed using relative Cascading Style Sheets to allow the user to override the default appearance of the site in a number of ways, the most basic of which is to ensure that users can change their choosen font size easily through their browser options.

Internet Explorer

To change your default font size in Internet Explorer select:
‘View’ menu > ‘Text Size’ > Select chosen size (Largest to Smallest

Mozilla Browsers

To change your default font size in Netscape 7 or Mozilla browsers select:
‘View’ menu > Either ‘Increase Text Size’ or ‘Decrease Text Size

Opera Browsers

To change your zoom level in Opera browsers select:
‘View’ menu > ‘Zoom’ > Select chosen level

Further Information

Additional information on various aspects of accessibility issues can be found at diveintoaccessibility.org or the official W3C guidelines are available at www.w3.org/WAI/

This website has been designed to appear best on a monitor set at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels if you have any feedback regarding the accessibility of the website please contact us giving as much information as possible.