We are committed to making our online resources accessible to all users of the site. We aim to continually review our web pages and modify them to ensure that they are accessible for all users. Our content is checked for Plain English and we aim to use a written style that is straightforward and understandable.
We follow a list of accessibility guidelines when designing our website and content these include:
We welcome any feedback or comments that will help us improve our website. Please submit an enquiry to us.
This site uses the pdf (portable document format) file format for large and complex documents. Wherever a pdf document is available on the site, it will be accompanied by the Acrobat Reader logo . If you don't have the software to read pdf files, you can get Adobe Acrobat Reader free of charge. Download Acrobat Reader
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Excel spreadsheet files
This site uses the Microsoft Excel files format. Wherever an excel document is available on the site, it will be accompanied by the excel logo. If you do not have Excel you can download a free viewer to open, view, and print Excel workbooks. Download Excel viewer
Audio and Video files
This site uses audio and video files. If you cannot view them, you can download Windows Media Player free. Download Media Player
Web browser software
The website has been designed to be viewed in a range of commonly available web browsers including, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. In order to ensure that the website displays correctly and to get the best experience of the pages and features on offer within the website, it is recommended that the most recent version of your preferred browser is used.