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Accessibility

We are committed to providing an accessible,  simple, and clear site for everyone.

The site conforms to the level AA standard, as stipulated by W3C.

All font sizes are relative, with the exception of graphical text, and text size can be increased or decreased by cliking on the text size button on top of each page + -

Alternatively you can increase the font size by following these simple steps:

  • For Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox: Use the View > Text Size options in the browser menu;
  • For Apple Safari: Use the Safari > Preferences > Appearance options in the browser menu.

All images have descriptive alternative text, with the exception of images that are used for aesthetic reasons only.

Pages have been designed, and colours chosen, to be accessible to colour-blind users. 

If you have any problems using our website, please call us on 0300 777 9777.

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