Accessibility

This site has been designed with accessibility in mind, and, apart from occasional errors, which we will seek to put right if users notify us, the site endeavours to conform conform to the W3C XHTML 2.0 standard.

The site has been designed to function well for users of handheld devices such as smart phones, and we believe that all parts of it are generally accessible to users who rely upon assistive technology.

All pages use structured semantic mark-up where possible.

All text (including headings) can be enlarged using the browser, and instructions are given below.

The site should work well in all modern web browsers.