It is our aim to make this website available to as many people as possible. Once someone has followed a link to our site we hope they are able to find the answers to their questions quickly or browse around the site with ease. With this in mind we have tried to keep the design of the site very simple and to follow some simple guidelines.
Our site does make use of flash, you can download the flash plugin . On the rare occasion that pop up windows may be present, we give warnings. All our images are provided with appropriate ALT tags, to serve as a text alternative to images when required.
Our site also includes various types of documents such as Word Documents and Adobe Pdf files. You can download reading software free for these programmes from and respectively.
This site has been designed to be viewable at all screen resolutions, without sideways scrolling, although it is best viewed at a resolution of 800x600 or 1024x768 pixels. It can be viewed by all browsers, but we recommend using the latest version of your current browser wherever possible.
Although our site does not allow you to change the font faces, background colours or text colours, it does allow you to alter text sizes.
To change the text size in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5+, on the menu at the top of the browser, go to View> Text Size> and select the size you require.
On Explorer 4, click 'Internet Options' on the View or Tools menu> on the General Tab click 'Fonts'> Select your preferred text size.
To view the site without images, in Internet Explorer, go to View or Tools> Internet Options> Advanced> in the Multimedia section, remove the tick next to 'Show Pictures'> Click 'Apply'> Click 'OK'
To maximise the size of the window, in Internet Explorer, go to View> Full Screen, or press the F11 button on your keyboard. To restore the window to it's original size, click on the 'Restore' button at the top right hand corner of the screen (the one which shows two small, overlapping squares.)
To change your text size in Netscape Navigator 4, go to View> and select either Increase or Decrease font. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to do this in Netscape; 'Ctrl + ] ' for increase and 'Ctrl + [' for decrease.