Accessibility

Having trouble viewing our website? We’re here to help.

We hope you take a shine to our website – we’ve tried to make it easy to use, and that means making it as accessible as possible.

If you're using Internet Explorer

In 2022, Microsoft announced that they would stop supporting Internet Explorer. It’s becoming more difficult to maintain our website for multiple internet browsers, and so our website might not function correctly on Internet explorer.

We recommend that you use other internet browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Firefox.

Changing the language

At the top of the page, click the box that says ‘English’ with the text next to it. In the drop down that appears, simply select your language.

Changing the text size

To increase the text size, hold the ‘Ctrl’ key on your keyboard and scroll the little wheel on your mouse towards the screen.

To decrease the text size, hold the ‘Ctrl’ key on your keyboard and scroll the little wheel on your mouse away from the screen.

If your mouse doesn’t have a scroll wheel, hold down the ‘Ctrl’ key and press + to make things bigger, or Ctrl and – to make things smaller.

Using a screen reader

If you have a visual impairment, you can use a screen reader to ‘read’ the text on screen out loud.

There are several screen readers to choose from, and lots of them are free of charge.

If you are viewing this website on a Windows desktop computer, we recommend using Microsoft Narrator. You can find this by clicking the ‘Windows’ key, scrolling down to the ‘Windows Ease of Access’ folder, and clicking Narrator.

If you use Google Chrome to browse the internet, you can download Chromevox, which works on both Windows and Mac computers.

If you use an Apple iPhone, iMac or iPad, search for ‘Voiceover’ in your settings to activate it.

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