We’re committed to making our websites and digital content as accessible as possible.
The majority of content and design elements across all of our websites and social media accounts conform to the AA ('Double A') level based on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.
We continually test and update our content and platforms, and publish our findings in our Digital Accessibility statement. This includes plans to mitigate areas where we do not fully conform to AA standards.
Our next statement will be published by end of September 2023.
Please contact us if you're having any difficulties with accessing information on our websites and social media.
Do you need help viewing any of our websites?
Our websites are designed to adjust their layout and text size if you need to zoom in or out to view content.
You can use tools in your browser to change the text size, make your mouse pointer easier to see, magnifying the screen, and change the colours of the background and text.
Find out more about how to change these settings on the
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