All pages on this site should be valid to Extensible Hyper Text
Mark-up Language (XHTML) 1.1 and use structured semantic mark-up
and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
This website conforms to the Guidelines endorsed by the Royal
National Institute for the Blind (RNIB) and supports the Worldwide
Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0,
Level AA, to ensure a Web accessibility standard.
An access key allows a website user to quickly jump to specific
areas of the site by use of a keyboard. For more information go to
Use of access keys depend on your computer's operating
With Windows-based systems the user has to press the 'Alt' key
and the access key (followed by pressing the 'Return' or 'Enter'
key for MS Internet Explorer).
With the Macintosh system the user has to press the 'Ctrl' key
and the access key.
Access key codes
0 - Accessibility
1 - Home
3 - Site map
4 - Search
9 - Contact us
S - Skip menu
Tab order and skip menu function
In case you are someone who uses the tab key to get around a
site - we have built the site with the creation of a logical tab
order in mind. We have also provided the option to skip over the
menu on each page, so you don't have to tab through each menu item
on every page you visit.
Screen reader users
We have created a logical reading order on the site to help your
comprehension of the content when using a reader. We have also used
headings and semantic link text to allow you to navigate the site
The site uses style sheets so if your browser does not support
CSS or you wish to use your own style sheets, you can do. If you
are not sure how to do this, follow the relevant link below for
This site uses Flash replacement methods (sIFR) to display
headers. If you would like to you can
switch it off here, or
back on again.