We're committed to making our website as accessible as possible.
In order to do this we've designed and developed our website so that as many people as possible can use it (including those with visual, hearing, cognitive or motor impairments) in order to meet the requirements under the Disability Discrimination Act.
This means that the site can be navigated using the tab button and by pre-defined access keys.
We provide access key shortcuts for keyboard-only users. Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that allow you to go directly to specific parts of this site. They are very useful for anyone who does not use a pointing device, such as a mouse.
The shortcuts are browser-specific, so please refer below for your specific browser:
Alt + #, then Enter
Shift + Alt + #
Ctrl + #
Ctrl + #
Ctrl + Alt + #
We use the UK government access keys standard for websites. Our access keys are:
All images used on our site include descriptive "Alt" tags. "Alt" tags are meant to provide a text alternative to images for text-based browsers and screen readers.