While building this website, we made every effort to develop the site according to the accessibility standards recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We have endeavoured to support as wide a range of browsers as possible and allow users of all abilities (including those with a visual impairment or physical disability) to access this website. One of these standards recommended by the W3C is for the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS3). Some browsers, particularly older versions, either do not or only partially support, this standard. These browsers might not display the text and graphics properly.
We would recommend upgrading your browser as far as your computer allows. Later versions of browsers often have higher levels of security and better functionality. See below for a list of available browsers and links to their respective download sites.
- Firefox (Windows, Mac or Linux)
- Google Chrome (Windows, Mac or Linux)
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (Windows)
- Opera (Windows, Mac or Linux)
- Safari (Windows or Mac)
Helping to make our site accessible
We welcome your suggestions and comments. Send us your feedback on our site accessibility.
- BBC Accessibility – advice on making the web easier to use
- AbilityNet – national charity helping disabled adults and children use computers and the internet
- British Computer Association of the Blind – charity providing information and support for blind and partially sighted computer users
- Royal National Institute of Blind People – the UK’s leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight loss