This website is best viewed using Internet Explorer version 8 or above or Firefox version 3 or above.
We've designed our website to be accessible to all. We aim to conform to the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 at double-A level.
Visit the BBC for hints on how to make surfing even easier.
You can move to different pages by using the menu bar on the left of each page.
Keyboard shortcuts – we have set up keyboard shortcuts to help users navigate the site. For example, pressing 'Alt' and 1 followed by 'Return' will take you to the home page.
The ‘breadcrumb’ at the top of the page shows where you are in the site. You can click on the links to move to a page.
You can return to the home page by clicking on the Council logo at any time or on ‘Home’ in the breadcrumb.
All site functions can be accessed using the keyboard only. Shortcut keys allow fast navigation to important pages. Access keys work when pressed in combination with other keys. The combination depends on which browser you are using.
PC: Internet Explorer 5+, PC: Netscape 6 and Mozilla Firefox
Hold down Alt and press the access key then the Return key. Alt + left arrow takes you back to the previous page (so does the browser back button)
Mac: Internet Explorer 5+
Hold down Ctrl and press access key
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1 Home page
3 Site map
7 Complaints procedure
8 Terms and conditions
9 Feedback form
0 Access key details
This site uses the Adobe Acrobat format (also known as PDF format) for some large or complex documents.
To view these you will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. This software is free to download.
Adobe provides advice on accessibility for those who have difficulty viewing documents in Adobe Acrobat format.
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