We want to provide a consistent level of usability for all users of this website regardless of their physical or mental characteristics.

We aim to conform to the WCAG standards issued by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) but recognise that with changes to the content of the site, content may drift from conformance over time. We undertake regular checking to maintain site accessibility to address this.

We are very grateful for any notifications and suggestions if you do ever come across anything on this site that you find difficult to access or which you find affects your use of the site. This helps us to make everyone's experience of the site better and we will try to address any concerns you might have and incorporate your suggestions into our work on the site.

You can use any of the feedback mechanisms on this site or just send an email to us.