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0151 330 1566 conforms to W3C web standards (specifically XHTML 1.0 Strict). We’ve also ensured that the web site follows WAI Priority Level 2 accessibility guidelines. We are committed to improving the accessibility of the web site. Please contact us if there’s anything you would like to know or discuss.

Basic Accessibility Features

All images clearly labelled with alternative text.

Visual Effects

No fast or distracting flickering of image content.

Site Map

A site map has been produced for easier access to all pages within the web site.


All form input elements clearly labelled.

Scaleable font sizes

Fonts can be enlarged within the browser, for users who require larger, legible text.

Internet Explorer

  • Click 'View' in the main toolbar
  • Select 'Text Size' from the drop down menu
  • Click the size of text you require

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click 'View' in the main toolbar
  • Select 'Text Size' from the drop down menu
  • Click 'Increase'
  • Alternatively press the Ctrl and + keys simultaneously to increase the text size.

Site Functions

The web site will function correctly without scripting or rich-media plug-ins. This means if you do not have Javascript or Adobe Flash turned on or installed, you will still be able to browse the content.

Colour Scheme

All content links are clearly marked as blue text with link underlines. All headers are the main headings are purple and sub-heading in green.


General browsing has been designed to be intuitive and easy to use for all users.

Access Keys

Most browser's support jumping to specific links by typing certain keys defined on the website. In Windows, you can press ALT plus the listed access key; on Macintosh, you can press Control plus the list access key. Pressing ENTER will then take you on to that page.

This site uses the following access keys: