Accessibility

Text and screen size
You can change the text size form within the browser by selecting "View" and then "Text size".

Styles and colours
You can specify the font sizes, styles, and colours, and foreground and background colours of Web pages displayed on your computer screen.  Internet Explorer users should click on tools, options and then the colours, fonts or accessibility buttons.

PDF files
Adobe« Acrobat« ReaderT is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Download Acrobat Reader

Adobe can also help you access content using assistive technologies such as screen readers or screen magnifiers. You can link to the Access Adobe website for information on making these documents accessible.

W3C Compliance
The key sections of our site meet W3C priority 1 and 2 and Bobby AA guidelines; the majority of the remaining pages meet W3C priority 1, 2 and 3 and Bobby AAA guidelines. We are working to ensure all additional applications are compliant.  We cannot be held responsible for the accessibility of third party content.

Why not visit DisabledGo Liverpool? An online information resource providing free detailed access information to empower disabled people to judge for themselves which hotels, cinemas, restaurants, council offices, libraries, sports centres, train stations - all kinds of shops and services - are accessible to their particular needs. Information on over 1,000 Liverpool venues is included and available.