This web site has been developed to work with all browsers on all platforms and be accessible to and usable to all visitors. Our web team is constantly working to improve the quality and accessibility of the website.
More information on using access keys with other browsers can be found on the Wikipedia Access Key page.
If you would like to contact someone within the Council and you have speech difficulties, then the Council accepts emails. If you do not know who to contact please send your emails to the Contact Centre - email@example.com
If you have a text phone you may wish to contact us through Text Relay.
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.
If necessary, text can be made larger by doing the following:
- Internet Explorer - View Menu > Text Size
- Netscape Navigator / Mozilla Firefox - View Menu > Increase Font
For removing the text styles:
- Select 'Internet Options' from the View or Tools menu depending on your browser.
- Click on the 'Accessibility' button.
- Check the 'Ignore fonts now showing on web pages' box so that it now shows a tick.
- Click 'OK' twice to close Internet Options.
- Select the View option from the Menu bar.
- Select the Text Size option and choose your preferred text size.
PDF documents have been used throughout the web site, usually opening in a new browser window. To enable the viewing and downloading (saving) of these documents you will require Adobe Reader.
The latest version of Adobe Reader includes accessibility support for people with visual impairment or motor disabilities.
You can download Adobe Reader free of charge from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
Flash Paper / Flash Animations
Some documents on this site are in Adobe Flash format. Download the plug-in to view them from get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.