Access keys used on this site are:
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Web accessibility enables us to promote
equality of access to services and information we provide.
Web accessibility standards are available
in full from the World Wide Web Consortium Website.
The DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) states that service
providers must not discriminate against disabled people. A website
is regarded as a service and therefore falls under this law, and as
such must be made accessible to everyone.
The statistics on the number of users who face difficulties due
to website's accessibility:
We aim to make our website accessible by following
standards and guidelines to ensure that the site can be used easily
and effectively by everyone.
For further information and help on Web Accessibility, please
contact the Website & Web Resources Manager, Nikki Davey
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