We have tried to make this website as accessible as possible for every user.
Our website has been built with accessibility in mind, with the aim of making it accessible to the widest possible range of users, including those who are less familiar or less comfortable with using the internet, and those affected by visual or hearing impairment.
We have endeavoured to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
The website has been built in accordance with WCAG 2.0 good practice standards for robust technical design. It utilises Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the presentation of pages (though the site’s information remains available even if CSS is disabled). Properly structured XHTML markup has been used for content. This website uses relative font sizes so users can resize text as needed.
Further help with accessibility
AbilityNet provides information about making your computer easier to use. Visit abilitynet.org.uk for more information.
Due to the nature of the original documents found in the Online Archive, it is not always possible to provide a fully accessible digital version of all the documents. If you need any assistance with a particular document please contact us:
Telephone: 01132 545290