We try to make sure our website is accessible and easy to use for everyone, whether or not you have any disabilities. We have done this by:
- Making sure text is short and to the point (using plain English in all of our written content.
- We have made sure that there are phone numbers for services provided where they are needed. If the website doesn't give you the information you need, you can call us for help.
- We have included video content on some pages to help break up large amounts of text.
Maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user friendly experience.
My web my way
The BBC’s website 'My web my way' offers help on adjusting display settings that will make the Trust's website easier to read and navigate.
This site explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible to you. This includes dedicated areas with full information if you:
- Can’t see very well;
- Can’t hear very well;
- Find a keyboard or a mouse difficult to use;
- Find words difficult;
- Are blind.
If you are unsure which system you are using or have never use accessibility features before, you can go to the useful links page of ‘My web my way'
We provide transalation services for all pages on our site using Google Translate.
You can change the site language at any time using the selection tool in the black navigation menu at the bottom of this page.
If the language required is not listed please contact us.
If you have any problems using this web site please contact us by email or call the Customer Contact Centre on 01952 217100.
Last Updated : 06 April 2016
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