Accessibility

We are committed to making our website more accessible and are always looking for ways to make our websites easier to use.

Where possible, we follow the guidelines developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) under the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).

 

Browser compatibility

You can view this website on a wide range of browsers. We have tested the pages of the site with the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer 10 and upwards (Windows)

  • Firefox 18 and upwards (Windows)

  • Chrome 28 and upwards (Windows and Macintosh)

  • Safari 5.1 and upwards (Windows and Macintosh)

  • Opera 26 and upwards (Windows)

 

To make sure that things run smoothly, we recommend updating your browser to the most recent versions.

 

PDF

Adobe PDF is an Internet standard used to distribute electronic documents. Most electronic documents or images can be converted to a PDF document by using Acrobat software, and anyone can read these documents by using the free Adobe Reader software.

 

Screen Reader

Not everyone uses a traditional browser, so we‘ve designed our sites to work with screen readers.

We use text (in ALT tags) to describe images. We use descriptive links so you know where the link takes you, and we don‘t use frames which are difficult for screen readers and special browsers to interpret.

 

Font

We have used a non-serif font as most people find this easier to read on a screen, chosen colours for our text that give good contrast with the background colours and allow you to change the font size.

 

Changing your font size

This section contains instructions on changing your font size.

Mac users please note, where you are told to hold down control, please use the apple key instead.

 

Internet Explorer 

You can adjust the size of the page in Internet Explorer 8 and 7 using the following methods:

  • Hold down control and select + (plus) to increase the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select - (minus) to decrease the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select 0 (zero) to reset the page to its normal size

  • Select the magnifying glass icon at the bottom right of the browser window to increase the page size

  • Select the arrow next to it choose a zoom level

You can also adjust the size of the text only by selecting the ‘view' menu and then the ‘text size' menu, and choosing an option.

 

Firefox

You can adjust the size of the page using the following methods:

  • Hold down control and select + (plus) to increase the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select - (minus) to decrease the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select 0 (zero) to reset the page to its normal size

  • Select the ‘view' menu and then the ‘zoom' menu, and choosing an option.

You can also adjust the size of the text only by selecting the ‘view' menu and then the ‘zoom' menu, and choosing Zoom text only. The keyboard shortcuts will then alter the size of the text, but not the rest of the page

 

Chrome

You can make a temporary change to the font or permanently change the fonts using "Fonts and Languages" dialog box found in the menu settings or you can adjust the size of the page using the following methods:

  • Hold down control and select + (plus) to increase the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select - (minus) to decrease the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select 0 (zero) to reset the page to its normal size

  • Select the ‘view' menu and then the ‘zoom' menu, and choosing an option.

You can also adjust the size of the text only by selecting the ‘view' menu and then the ‘zoom' menu, and choosing Zoom text only. The keyboard shortcuts will then alter the size of the text, but not the rest of the page

 

Safari

You can adjust the size of the text in safari using the following methods:

  • Hold down control and select + (plus) to increase the size of the text

  • Hold down control and select - (minus) to decrease the size of the text

  • Hold down control and select 0 (zero) to reset the text to its normal size

  • Select the ‘view' menu and then the ‘zoom' menu, and choosing ‘Make Text Bigger', ‘Make Text Smaller', or ‘Make Text Normal Size'

 

Opera

You can adjust the size of the page in Opera 9 using the following methods:

  • Select + (plus) to increase the size of the page

  • Select - (minus) to decrease the size of the page

  • Hold down control and select 0 (zero) to reset the page to its normal size

  • Select the arrow next to the magnifying glass icon at the bottom right of the browser window to choose a zoom level

     

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107 Stockport Road West

Bredbury

Stockport

Cheshire

SK6 2AN

 

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