We acknowledge that access to websites is necessary to participate in much of contemporary life. As such, it has ceased to be optional, making it important that our website and those we design are accessible to as may people as possible, including those living with disabilities which make access harder.
We also accept that it is not possible to design sites which are optimised for everyone – but we do try. This means, for example, that we strive to fully comply with WCAG (A) and, where possible, WCAG (AA). It means that our pages use structured semantic markup, with full use of H tags for titles, and subtitles.
There are two links, visible to e-readers, at the start of every page. These allow you to jump directly to the main content.
Suggestions and requests
In relation to our site and those we have built and host, if there is anything you would like to see which would help you or someone you know, feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org