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"The power of the web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect."

Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web

The team behind this web site hope that whoever needs to use it, can do so easily.

This website is intended to meet at least level 2 (AA) of the W3C's Website Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Guidelines, and as far as possible to meet level 3 (AAA). For more information about the WAI Guidelines see: W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

If you do have problems, or would like to make any suggestions to improve the site from an accessibility point of view, please contact us. Talk to us about the problem and we will listen


We have made every effort to ensure this web site is easily readable using 'plain english'. In addition, we have ensured that the design of this web site is not an obstacle to its usability and readability.

Access keys

We use access keys with this website. These provide a keyboard shortcut for users wanting to go directly to specific parts of the site and help those who do not use a pointing device, such as a mouse

The access keys are:

  • H - Home
  • A - About Us
  • R - Free Registration
  • H - Charity
  • C - Contact Us
  • B - Accessibility
  • P - Privacy Policy
  • T - Terms & Conditions
  • N - Skip Navigation
How to use access keys

Access keys work slightly differently depending on which web browser and type of computer you are using.

  • PC users
    If you are using a PC, press 'alt' and the access key character at the same time. Then press ‘enter’ to go to the webpage. For example, to go to our Contact us section you need to press ‘alt’ and the letter ‘c’ at the same time and then press ‘enter’
  • Mac users
    If you are using a Mac, press 'control' and the access key character at the same time.

For a full list of instructions for different browsers, please visit the BBC’s My Web My Way section

Alternative text

We try to make sure that all images on this site have brief alternative text which, where appropriate, identifies an image or its function. This alternative text (alt-text) is generally only visible when the browser's automatic image loading feature is turned off, or when you rollover an image with your mouse

More help

For more information and help changing your browser, computer, mouse and keyboard settings, please visit the BBC’s My Web My Way section

W3C Compliance

The website has been designed to comply with the guidelines issued by W3C/WAI. Where possible all pages meet priority 3 (AAA) guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, which is the highest level of conformance that can be achieved.

 W3C XHTML 1.0 Validator  W3C CSS Validator  WAI AAA Conformance  HTML5

Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA)

The Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA) is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to protect children from potentially harmful material on the internet. has been labelled with ICRA, for more information please visit

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