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Accessibility

The website has been built and tested to meet all current standards and is compliant with all web browsers. The website uses cascade style sheets (CSS) to help improve download speeds and usability and the font size of each page can be altered as required.

Mac Web Browsers

You can increase the size of the text by holding down ‘command’ (CMD) and then using the plus (+) and minus (-) keys to zoom in or out.  CMD 0 will reset the text size to default.

Windows Web Browsers

You can increase the size of the text by holding down ‘control’ (CTRL) and then using the plus (+) and minus (-) keys to zoom in or out.  CTRL 0 will reset the text size to default.Accessibility help

Accessibility help
You can find free advice and tips from the BBC to improve a range of web accessibility issues:

Choose a topic you would like help with...

I can't see very well 

I am blind 

I can't hear very well 

I find a keyboard or mouse hard to use 

I find words difficult 

Access Keys

Access keys can be used to navigate the website without the use of a mouse. They allow you to jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyword.

To use an access key, hold down the ‘ALT’ key and then press one of the following numbers: