Accessibility and considering the needs of our audience is important to us. Although we are not specifically required to provide a website that adheres to a WCAG 2.1 guideline standard, as an organisation we understand and are fully committed to providing content that is accessible to all.
Our website, relaunched in 2019, has been designed to be highly inclusive for visitors of all abilities. We consult the WCAG 2.1 guidelines and make every effort to monitor and update all our content with accessibility in mind.
Throughout our website, we have used simple, easy to understand language in our content, with limited use of abbreviations or acronyms.
We have outlined our action plan for updating content below.
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Whilst we are making every effort to make sure our website is accessible to all, we understand that may still be a number of areas which can be improved. We are happy to receive feedback on our website usability which could help other future website users to navigate our site quickly and easily.
If you would like to report any issues with website accessibility, please contact our team using the details below.
If you require any information that is displayed on our website in a different format, please contact:
or call: 01522 775060