Great care has been taken in the construction of this site to ensure a high level of accessibility that meets The World Wide Web Consortium’s WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) standards.
If you do have problems, or would like to make any suggestions to improve the site from an accessibility point of view, please get in touch with us. Talk to us about the problem and we will listen.
The site has a number of helpful features such as skip to and through navigation. This is useful to any visitor using screen reading technology.
The site itself is fully accessible and allows for scaleable text.
The site is also designed to be easily printable - providing a simple, text based output onto paper.
For further information about how to make web browsing easier please visit the BBC website. They explain in more detail the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.