Text size can be easily increase using the controls below. This setting will remain set across the website, and between visits to the site (requires website cookies to be enabled in your internet browser).Small Medium Large
The website can be viewed in a High Contrast mode, designed to be as readable as possible to persons with limited sight. This can be turned on using the controls below and will remain set across the website, and also between visits to the site (requires website cookies to be enabled in your internet browser).High Contrast Normal Contrast
Accesskeys are a method which provides keyboard shortcuts to navigate the regularly used parts of the site. The below access keys follow the UK government recommended set of access keys.
S – Skip navigation
1 – Home page
4 – Search
0 – Accesskey details
N – Top navigation menu (Use the Tab key to move through the menu)
L – Left navigation menu (Use the Tab key to move through the menu)
Q – Quick links / Footer
Windows users can navigate with the access key feature by pressing Alt + access key.
Macintosh users can use Ctrl + access key (not CMD + access key).
Linux users can press META + accesskey.
Internet Explorer users also need to hit the ‘enter’ key to activate a link.
Opera users need to use Shift + Esc + access key.
Firefox users need to Alt + Shift + access key.
The site provides a ‘breadcrumb’ trail above the main content of each page to show users the path from the home page to the current page in the site.
The web site is also designed and maintained in conformance with the Equality Act 2010 (external link) to provide equal access web site opportunity for disabled people.
Pages on this site aim to conform to W3C WCAG level 2 and to validate as XHTM 1.0 Transitional.
Send this page to your mobile phone by scanning this code using a 2D barcode (QR Code) reader. These can be installed on most modern Smart Phones.