Accessibility Statement


We have invested significant resources to help ensure that this website is made easier to use and more accessible for all people and those with disabilities, in the strong belief that every person has the right to live with dignity, equality, comfort and independence.

We monitor our website using automated audit programs such as Google Chrome, Lighthouse and WAVE as these provide a snap shot for obvious issues.

WCAG 2.1

We try to improve our websites accessibility in line with Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1). This international standard is used by certain law enforcement agencies around the world to measure accessibility. 

Whilst we appreciate the legal position that governments use within there legal frameworks we consider the user (see below) is a better judge of a websites accessibility and are actively pursuing a change in the law.

We are very open and if you have any access issues please email me and I will endeavour to (a) sort out the issue or (b) if required we can try and provide the content using a different method.

Screen Readers And Assistive Technology Tools 

We believe that the true test of any sites accessibility is by the people who use the site rather than automated testing. We regularly have the website checked out by people trained to be assistive technology ambassadors. 

We also check the website using Apples built in screen reader and Google Chrome Browser. 

Current Audit

Desktop results for 28th April 2024

The site scored 100% on Lighthouse for Accessibility.

Mobile results for 28th April 2024

The site scored 90% on Lighthouse for Accessibility.

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