Accessibility Statement

Web Standards

All pages on this website have been successfully validated to XHTML 1.0 Strict (Extensible HyperText Markup Language), as recommended by the W3C.

In order to comply with the UK Disability Discrimination Act, reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the website confirms to as many of the WCAG (W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) as possible, especially Priority 1 and 2.

Access Keys

It is understood that the W3C have retired the 'Accesskey' attribute in the XHTML 2.0 draft since there is evidence to indicate that access keys may cause issues for users of existing and future adaptive technology. Therefore, this website does not use access keys for the time-being.

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