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Accessibility of this website
We strive to make this website as accessible as possible to as many visitors as possible. We strive to reach the WCAG2 guidelines set by the W3C.
What we do to make this website accessible:
- Use appropriate alt tags on images
- Ensure colour contrast is sufficient
- Caption or provide transcripts for videos and audio clips
- Test the validity of XHTML and CSS as we create new pages and styles
- Ensure that the text on pages can be enlarged using browser controls
If you spot something that is unhelpful to you and is likely to cause problems for other visitors, please let us know.
More about the accessibility of our services and venues.
Reporting broken links/problems
We try to avoid broken links on the website, but if you have found a broken link or experienced another technical problem, we'd really appreciate it, if you could let us know. Report a problem.
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