We have done our best to make sure that our website is easy to read by using plain language.

In addition, we have tried to ensure that the design of the site is usable and accessible, for example in our use of colour and contrast and by keeping our page layout simple.

The site is designed to be easy to print.

If you do have any problems or would like to suggest ways in which we could improve the site from an accessibility point of view, then please let us know. You can contact us via the "contact us" page.

We are happy to listen to all suggestions and will do our best to put right any problems you may identify.

Access keys

To improve accessibility to our site we have set up a number of access keys as follows;

S - Skip Navigation

1 - Home

2 - Councillors

3- Contact us

4 - Useful links

5 - About this site

6 - Accessibility


We have designed this site to conform to Level triple A World-Wide-Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Level Triple-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0