We have used best practice to write this site and this offers a fast browsing experience and usability for our visitors using screen readers.

Our website strives to uphold the practises of the WCAG 1.0 AAA guidelines. While we aim to comply with the WCAG guidelines, we recognise that web technology has moved on since their creation, and a number of them are less applicable now than they were. Our objective is that visitors using our site enjoy their experience.

Our site’s code

The site has been built to comply with W3C standards for HTML and CSS. At every stage the code has been checked for accessibility using a range of automated and (more significantly) manual checks. In older browsers (Netscape and Internet Explorer 4 and earlier) it will appear as an unstyled document. All information and functionality will still be accessible.


We welcome feedback on the Accessibility and usability of our website. If you have had any problems or any issues while using our site please find the time to let us know so we can improve the experience for others! Email, phone and address details are on our Support page.