Accessibility

We are working hard to make our site accessible in line with the Web Accessibilty Initiative (WAI) guidelines.

  • In Internet Explorer, go to the View menu and select Text Size
  • In Mozilla Firefox, go to the View menu and select Text Size
  • In Opera, go to the File menu, select Preferences then Fonts and then change Minimum font size (pixels)
  • In Safari, go to the View menu and select Make Text Bigger or press the Apple Key and then the plus key

Internet browsers

We have tested our website to make sure you can view it on a wide range of browsers, these include:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 8.0+ & Edge for PCs
  • Firefox 10+ for PCs
  • Chrome 10+ for PCs
  • Safari for Macs & PCs
  • iPad & iPhone + Andriod devices

Please note that clicking on links may open a new browser window. We'll let you know when this is going to happen by providing additional information within the properties of the link. If you are running pop-up blocking software and encounter problems with links, please turn off the pop-up blocker and try again.

Operating system

Windows for PCs
Mac OS 9 or above for Macs

Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format files
In parts of our site you can download information in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (PDF) files. You will need software on your computer to read these files you can download this software free of charge.

All PDF documents are compatible with the accessibility features of version 6.0 of Adobe Acrobat Reader and should be accessible with new screen readers. To read the PDF document with a screen reader, please refer to the Access Adobe website. Adobe also has a free online conversion tool for PDFs.

Download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader here - please note this will launch in a new browser window.

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