This site has been designed to be as accessible as possible for our viewers. If you are struggling to find your way around the site or struggling to read the text, the following tips may help.
Make the text larger
You can adjust the size of the text on your browser; this is usually found in the browser's view menu.
To view the full list of pages on this site please see our site map.
Customise the text
Style sheets have been used to control the font colour and sizes of this site. You can override the standard settings through your web browser preferences.
Jump back to the top of the page
You can go back to the top of the page by using the ‘back to top' link near the bottom of each page.
Find out where you are in the site
Use the breadcrumb. These links can be found directly above the page title.
Bookmark your favourite pages
In most browsers pressing Ctrl + D will add the page you are viewing to your Bookmarks. By doing this it will allow you to find your favourite pages quickly.
Sites that can help make the web more accessible
You can visit my web my way for more information on how to make the web more accessible.
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