We have developed this website to ensure that it is usable by everybody, regardless of technology or ability. It is developed to be in compliance with WCAG 2.1, level A and AA of the World Wide Web Consortium W3C.
It uses code compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS, and it is optimised to display correctly in current browsers. While we try to ensure support for older browsers, it is not always possible to grant this support.
We have made this website as usable as we can, but you might have a better experience by changing the settings on your computer or browser to suit your individual needs. This website has been designed to enable you to:
Most common browser include many features to make the browser and web content accessible to all users. For more details see the accessibility page of the following browsers:
Additional advice on how to make your device or browser easier to use if you have a disability can be found on the AbilityNet website.
In addition to the standard accessibility features your browser provides, we have developed a widget to switch between following settings with ease: Light Mode, Dark Mode, High Contrast and Greyscale.
This website has been tested extensively, however, there are some parts or components that are not fully accessible. We have identified them and include here the list of these issues:
As we continue to develop the website and its content, we will re-audit and test the website for accessibility on a regular basis.
We are always looking to improve the accessibility of our website and welcome your feedback. If you experience any accessibility issues when using it, please do let us know using our Feedback & Suggestions form.
If you experience any accessibility issues with any documents found on our website, please request an alternative format by emailing email@example.com.
This accessibility statement was last updated in April 2023. The website was last tested in April 2023, the test was carried out by Hillside Agency.