Accessibility

Having trouble viewing our website? We’re here to help

We hope you like our website – we’ve tried making it as solid as possible, and that means making it as accessible as possible. To find our accessibility options click 'change accessibility' at the top of the website.

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Accessibility options
Changing the language
Changing the contrast
Changing the font size
Using a screen reader

After clicking 'change accessibility' at the top of the site, click the pink box labelled ‘choose language’ and select the language you want.

If you can’t find language, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do to help.

After clicking 'change accessibility' at the top of the site, you can change the contrast of the site by clicking the box above ‘high’. To change it back to normal, click the box above ‘default’.

After clicking 'change accessibility' at the top of the site, click the pink box with the - symbol above ‘down’ to make the text smaller. Or click the pink box with the + symbol to make the text larger.

To restore the text to its original size, click the grey box with the O symbol.

If you have a visual impairment, you can use a screen reader to ‘read’ the text on screen out loud.

There are several screen readers to choose from, and lots of them are free of charge.

If you are viewing this website on a Windows desktop computer, we recommend using Microsoft Narrator. You can find this by clicking the ‘Windows’ key, scrolling down to the ‘Windows Ease of Access’ folder, and clicking Narrator.

If you use Google Chrome to browse the internet, you can download Chromevox, which works on both Windows and Mac computers.

If you use an Apple iPhone, iMac or iPad, search for ‘Voiceover’ in your settings to activate it.

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Colour contrast Contrast
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Font size Text size
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