We have tried to make this website as accessible as possible in terms of design and layout. There are now many guidelines for websites which were established in order to deal with any issues suffered by people with disabilities such as blindness or dyslexia. Also, it is important to consider that not everyone looking at a site will be using the same standard or make of computer and internet browser.
Many websites, including this one, prefer to use the Acrobat pdf format for brochures, magazines and other documents that can be downloaded. You need to have Adobe Reader or Acrobat Reader installed on your machine to be able to open this type of file. At the bottom of each page on this website there is a button.
If you do not have Acrobat on your machine, click on this button to take you to the Adobe website. You can then download Adobe Reader, free of charge, by following the instructions.
There are now several web browsers available that people use to 'surf' the internet. This site is best viewed with Internet Explorer, although we have checked it in other browsers. Different browsers display websites in different ways. If you come across a page or something that looks strange in your particular browser, please let us know so that we can try to correct it.
To search for something on this website please use the search tool on the left hand side of the screen. Simply type what you are looking for into the 'Keywords' box, and then press the 'Search this site' button. You can then filter and order your results at the top of the list of search results.