We aim to provide a web site that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of visual, hearing, motor and cognitive impairments.
We take seriously the requirements of users with visual and motor disabilities. We are working towards implementing higher levels of accessibility in the future development of the site.
Viewing pdf files
This web site uses Adobe Acrobat to show particular documents. Files in this format will have the pdf symbol next to them. To view and print pdf files, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. To download this product for free, please use the link: http://www.adobe.co.uk/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
If you cannot use Acrobat Reader to see these documents (for example, if you use screen reader software or an audio-enabled web browser), Adobe provides a free online tool which converts them to text.
To use this service, send the web address (URL) of the Adobe Acrobat document you want to read through the web form at:
The service will return the document to you as a web page (HTML) or as plain text.
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