We want to make this site as accessible and usable as possible for all our visitors. We endeavour to meet the internationally recognised accessible website guidelines produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), working to AA level where possible.
Customising the website to your needs
The site is designed to be used as it is, but many people get a better experience by customising their computer to their needs, by using assistive technologies or changing font sizes for example. The BBC’s My web, my way describes some of the ways you can make the web easier to use.
If you’re having trouble using this website, please contact us. All constructive feedback about the accessibility or usability of this site is welcome, and we’ll try to make improvements wherever we can.