We are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to all. We have worked hard to make certain that it can be used easily on all modern browsers and devices, as well as by those using assistive technologies.
We will continue to listen to our supporters, ensuring any feedback regarding accessibility is responded to and acted upon quickly.
For those with visual impairments, you may find our High Contrast version useful (Turn on off High Contrast).
This alters some of the subtler colours in our palette to ensure readability for all. You can also use the Text Zoom on your browser, if you find the text is too small.
Our site has been built with Priority 1 and Priority 2 of the W3C accessibility guidelines in mind.
It has been tested with several assistive technologies, including W3C validation tools, contrast analysers, screen readers and screen scaling software and we have made adjustments in response to the findings of those tools.
We are also trialling further font legibility improvements for dyslexic users; you can enable the Dyslexie here: (Turn on off Dyslexie font)
This font should make the site easier to read for Dyslexic users through a number of smart techniques. Every letter is a unique shape (i.e. 'n' is not simply an upside down 'u'), and all letters are weighted at the bottom to 'anchor' them to the line. A longer list of the key features can be found on the Dyslexie website.
If you have any suggestions to improve the accessibility of our site, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.