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Accessibility

 

What is accessibility?

 

Accessibility is the term used to describe whether a website can be used by people of all abilities / disabilities on a range of differing digital devices.

The way a person perceives information is affected by their ability / disability along with how they navigate between website pages. A website can only be classed as accessible if all people, including the elderly and disabled, can use it.

The BBC provide a comprehensive guide covering how to get the most of the accessibility features and assistive technologies available for your computer, operating system and web browser. The following topics are covered:

  • I can’t see very well
  • I am blind
  • I can’t hear very well
  • I find words difficult
  • I find a keyboard or mouse hard to use

For further information please visit bbc.co.uk/accessibility.

For our website sitemap click here.

1. I need help viewing or printing a PDF file

There are several PDF (Portable Document Format) files on this site. To view these you need Adobe Acrobat reader which is available free from numerous sources. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat reader then you can download using the following link:

Click here to download the Adobe® Acrobat®.

To open the PDF version of the file click on the relevant link or use the PDF button on the red button bar.

2. I need help viewing this site

This site is best viewed using a modern browser such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari or the latest version of Microsoft Edge. Simply click either icon to view the individual download page:

For further information regarding using an up to date browser please visit browse better.

 

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