We want everyone to use and enjoy our website regardless of computer knowledge, technology, age or ability.
We support the following features to make our website accessible to all:
- Speech-enabled service
- On-page language translation using Google Translate
- Text size options
- Alternative colour schemes and contrast
- Access keys
- Clear and concise information in support of the Plain English campaign.
We are committed to providing a site that is as widely accessible as possible. The site has been designed following Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (W3C) standards.
You can also make changes to your computer or browser to help you use the internet. The BBC 'My Web my way' service offers guidance on how to update your settings to meet your requirements. By adhering to the guidelines for HTML / CSS we have ensured that our website will display correctly in most popular browsers and will do so in future browser developments.
We regularly review our accessibility but should you experience any difficulty accessing our website, please do not hesitate to get in touch by using our online feedback form.