Access is one of our core values and it strives to make web-based information accessible to all.
Web Accessibility Statement
We use CSS (cascading style sheets) to separate the content from the style/design. This aids accessibility by making it easier for the user to read pages with assistive technologies.
The site has also been designed to be 'print friendly'. The left menu and horizontal navigation bar are excluded when you print a page.
You can change the text size with the file menu in your browser:
To read pdf documents you need Adobe Reader. It is free and available at www.adobe.com/go/getreader
To view any virtual tours of facilities you need Quicktime. It is free and available at www.apple.com/quicktime/download
We may also have some Flash videos and brochures. To view them you need the free Flash plugin at www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer
If you experience any difficulty in accessing information contained in this website, please contact us.
Once your email is received, the problem will be logged and query passed with your contact details so you can be contacted and given you the information you want.