We want all our services, including our website, to be accessible for as many people as possible.

Our website policy is to consider accessibility in the design and content of our website format, where necessary and reasonable. In particular, we give consideration to our members who are partially sighted or use screen readers to access our website content.

We strive to help us meet our responsibilities under the Disabilities Discrimination Act. In particular, we strive to meet Priority 1 and Priority 2 guidelines as defined in version 1.0 of the W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We are always looking for users of assistive technology to offer feedback on our website.

If there is anything preventing you from accessing our website or you would like to offer suggestions for improvement, please email Jude King on and we will endeavour to resolve any problems as soon as we can.

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