We recognise the importance of providing a web site that is usable and accessible to as many people as possible and we have built this website with this in mind. Some people with disabilities find using the web difficult and many sites do not accommodate those with visual or other disabilities. Whilst we know that it is impossible to design a site that everyone can use, we have strived to design and build this site with accessibility in mind so that more people can access its content. You can easily change the appearance in your browser to suit your needs.


Internet Explorer 11, Internet Explorer 10 and Internet Explorer 9

Zoom: Tools   >  Zoom

Change text size: Press Alt on your keyboard > View > Text Size

Change the font and colours on a page: Tools > Internet options > general > appearance > fonts / colours

To find out how to make internet explorer more compatible with a screen reader or voice recognition software click here


Google Chrome

Zoom: Settings > Zoom

Change text size: Settings > advanced settings > web content (adjust font)

To find out how to use google chrome with accessibility extensions please click here.



Zoom: View > zoom

Change text size: Press Alt > view > zoom > zoom text only

To find out how to use Firefox with assistive technologies, please click here.



Zoom: Hold Command key and + / – key

Change text size: Menu > perferences > appearance > standard font > select

To find out how to use Safari with assistive technologies please click here.


Further help

If your browser isn’t covered here, or you would like more in-depth information, visit My web my way, an online guide that explains the various accessibility features provided by your web browser.