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Accessibility

The content of this website has been designed and developed to reach AA standard of WCAG1.0 wherever possible.

For information on how to set up your computer to suit your accessibility needs, we recommend the BBC's accessibility guide (link opens in a new window.)

PDF documents

To view PDF documents you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader (link opens in a new window) which is free for download from the Adobe website.

If you are encountering problems viewing any of our PDF documents, please try saving a copy of the PDF to your computer. You can do this by right-clicking on the file name and selecting the option "Save Target As..." (for Internet Explorer) or "Save Link As..." (for Firefox & Chrome).

Printing webpages

When you print a page from this website it will print the content without the surrounding graphics. This is to ensure that you can print out information quickly and with the minimum of printer ink. Printer settings alter depending on the browser used to access this site and the printer used.

Site contrast Our website has been designed using CSS to allow most browsers and assistive software to change the colours and contrast features used within our content pages.