The Partnership works hard to ensure that it is open and accessible to all members of the community. Our old site did not have as many functions or options to improve accessibility and so we hope that you agree with us that this was the right change.
We have tried to make it easy for people with disabilities to use the site, and also to make it easy to read the pages regardless of whether you have a conventional personal computer (PC).
In order to view these pages at their best on a PC, we advise doing the following:
- Maximise your browser so that it fills the screen. If your browser window is too small, some of the text and pictures may overlap. It has to be very small though for this to happen
- Use your browser options to set the text size that suits you best
We do not offer a separate 'text-only' version of the website because we believe it is not needed. The site responds well to using the Accessibility options of most browsers and computers, and also should perform well with screen readers.
If for any reason you do think we could be doing more or see some problem with our site please do not hesitate to contact us on: