We have done our utmost to ensure that this site is accessible to all.  Our content management system outputs XHTML, which is standards compliant, and the development was performed in accordance with modern techniques and W3C standards.

We have employed user testing, including testing through the use of assistive technologies, and acted upon the feedback received.  We believe this site to be useful and accessible. 

However, much of the content on is generated by other users, and as such we cannot guarantee that all content served by the site will be completely accessible and standards compliant, despite our ongoing efforts to keep the site clean and maintained.  If you come across content which is inaccessible or inappropriate, please do let us know.  We are constantly striving to improve the site for the entire community and voluntary sector.