We have designed our website to be as intuitive and easy-to-use as possible and we welcome your feedback.
We haven’t been able to incorporate all the accessibility features that bigger sites use but positively invite you to phone, email or contact us in some other way if our site isn’t accessible to you. We aim to keep on improving the site.
One of the best sources of information about the things you can do to make websites easier to see and navigate is the BBC My Web My Way site.
For example you can change font sizes and colours or change settings so the mouse or keyboard is easier to use.
This website is not yet compatible with talking browser programmes such as BrowseAloud. However some operating systems include a screen reader, which you should be able to use.