This web site has been constructed with a view to providing equal access for all. We have implemented numerous features to ensure that it complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines priority 2 checkpoints set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It has also been built with quality in mind to ensure that the overall user experience is as user-friendly as possible.

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Users with sight-related or cognitive disabilities

This site has been tested in screen reader emulation software to ensure ease of access by blind users. All images have relevant descriptions applied. The site has been tested using colourblind filters and in greyscale to ensure sufficient colour contrast. Links to skip to main content areas have been provided.

All text is sized using relative sizing so that it can be over-ridden by the end user. The layout and styling is controlled entirely using CSS which can also be over-ridden by the end user. The site has been tested with no external styles applied to ensure usability.

Users with motor-skills-related disabilities

All main navigation and forms are tabindexed and have access keys applied so users do not have to rely on the use of a mouse to use this site.

Access keys

Below is a list of relevant access keys and keyboard shortcuts

Use of client-side scripting

This site does not rely in any way on client-side scripting such as Javascript for proper function and use.

Site Quality

This site has been thoroughly tested in a variety of browsers.

It re-sizes to fit screen resolutions from 800px by 600px and up.

No individual page size exceeds 50kb.


All site-related queries should be directed to the webmaster

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