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Please note that some of these facilities are NOT available on a phone or tablet presentation where alternatives may be provided by the device browser.

Visual Styles

(Accesible at the top right of the page via the universal access icon - Universal Access icon) When you choose a new design theme (Default Theme or Contrast Theme) by clicking on the image for high contrast or normal contrast (either High Contrast or normal Contrast), a cookie with the name of the theme is stored on your web browser so that the next time you visit, the site is presented with the same visual appearance.

You can also change the font size by using the "Bigger Reset Smaller" also accessible via at the top right of the screen via the universal access icon -Universal Access icon. The font size will also be remembered via a cookie between sessions and pages so you will come back to the site with the previous settings.

Please note that external content inserted into this website e.g. The Twitter Feed on the home page, the Google Calendar and Google maps, does not change contrast with this functionality - it is beyond the capabilities of the site and the responsibility of third parties.

Access Keys

Most browsers support site-defined keyboard access for specified links.

These are the access keys for this site:

ARIA roles

The following ARIA landmark roles are used on this website:

Tab / Tabindex

There is limited use of tab keys for field ordering on this site and use depends on your browser.

No CSS Stylesheet?

The site will still present without CSS styling enabled and there are jump links to aid navigation. The jump links also appear in the accessibility bar if CSS is enabled.

Images and Slideshows

Single images have alt captions wherever possible to aid with accessibility. Slideshows may not have this functionality but a general description for the slideshow will be provided by a link or title.

Links and iframes

Each link and iframe should each have a title to aid their accessibility.