This Web site has been produced with a view to being accessible by all people, with varying abilities, viewing the site via numerous electronic devices.
Influenced by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as recommended by W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative, the site, both in respect to design and construction, aims to deliver content that is easy and consistent to navigate as well as being readily accessible to as broad an audience as possible.
Whilst efforts have been made to address the needs of a wide range of abilities of people and devices, we would like to hear from you if you are having difficulties with any aspect of the site. Please contact us using the details below:
Some of our latest Act members