Accessibility StatementWe have endeavoured to make this website accessible for all visitors. This website conforms to the UK Government guidelines for websites and follows the Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessiblity Guidelines 1.0 Level A.
This accessibility statement applies only to this website and does not apply to, other websites that may be linked from one of our pages. Maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user friendly experience, but if you have any problems using this website please contact us.
BrowsersThis website has been designed to support a wide variety of browsers and operating system combinations including
MS Internet Explorer 6.0 SP2 (on Windows 2000, Windows XP)MS Internet Explorer 7 (on Windows XP, Windows Vista)Mozilla Firefox 1.5.0 (on Windows XP)Mozilla Firefox 2 (on Windows XP, Windows Vista)Safari (OS X) 1.3.2 (on OS X 10.3)Safari (OS X) 2.0.4 (on OS X 10.4)Safari (OS X) 3.0
If you are not using one of the above browsers you should be able to access the site and use the pages but it may not provide you with the best experience of using the site.
Screen resolutionThis website has been designed to work best in 1024 x 768 pixel resolution. Visitors who wish to, can alter the font size on the screen to make it easier to read.
If you are using a wheel mouse: hold down the CTRL key and scroll the wheel on the mouse. This will alter the size of the text in your browser. If you are using Internet Explorer: go to View, click on Text Size and select your preferred font size. If you are using any other type of browser: there will be a similar option to change the size of the text. Use your browser’s Help function if you cannot locate this.