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Web accessibility is defined by the ease with which a person can use a website. People with a disability are presented with potential barriers to that access, however we have installed features within our website to address this. Our website has been built to conform to the AA standard of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

You can use the accessibility menu on the top right of each page to increase contrast and text size of pages. You can also remove images from the page to increase readability and reduce page loading times.


We would like to continue to improve the accessibility of the site and would welcome your feedback on difficulties you may have had when using this website. If you find something difficult to see or use, we would like the opportunity to address this, where practically possible.