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This site has been made in compliance with the international standards for internet accessibility in order to make it all-encompassing for people who use access technology to reach websites. We suggest you read our Terms and Conditions, along with the Privacy and Cookies Policies, to know more about how this website has been made, and the terms that you agree to while using it.

W3C, or World Wide Web Consortium, has specified instructions to be followed by websites as part of their Website Accessibility Initiative.

We genuinely stand to work in conformity with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 to make this site compliant with the Equality Act 2010.  It fulfills all Priority 1 checkpoints of the Web Accessibility Guidelines as standard, and aims to meet all Priority 2 parameters to make interaction with the website an easy task for the disabled.

Please be in touch with us for any feedback, comments or suggestions. Contact us  straightway if you find any issue while using this website, so that we can take proper measures to resolve the problem in the shortest amount of time.


Standards compliance

This website has been made in compliance with W3C web content accessibility guidelines. To meet at least Level AA of their accessibility standards, the pages of the website fulfill all Priority 1 and 2 specifications.

All website pages validate as XHTML 1.0 transitional and use CSS for layout. As compliant with international standards, the information available on this site must comply with all current and future browsers.

Only relative font sizes have been used on the website, to allow viewers to re-size the text in visual browsers as per their suitability.



As images are a major part of showcasing data on the site, a text substitute is allowed for people who make use of non-visual browsers and assistive technologies. Attributes like “longdesc” and “alt”, where complete data is available, will serve an illustration of useful images.



Different browsers that we support such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari) all possess inbuilt accessibility features, such as text-resizing and zoom.

You can modify the size of the text or adjust the page zoom in your browser through adopting the below instructions:

  • PC / Internet Explorer From the menu bar underneath the search field, select Page & point to Text size
  • PC / other browsers Increase page zoom: Hold down the CTRL key & press + Decrease page zoom: Hold down the CTRL key & press –
  • Mac / all browsers Increase page zoom: Hold down the Command key and press + Decrease page zoom: Hold down the Command k


Further resources

If you find any difficulty while accessing this site or face any other issue, simply report it to online charity Fix the Web,that work to get better accessibility of the internet.

You can read a summary of WGAC 2.0, which are “Web Content Accessibility Guidelines”, as they are specified by the W3C. They also offer the full details of the WCAG 2.0 for those who are interested.

You might be interested in further information about the W3C, the global standards authority for the web that aims to set web accessibility and technological interoperability standards. We suggest you read their mission statement.

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