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Use the top navigation bar to reach the main content areas. The drop down menus will offer sub-categories. You can use the smaller (breadcrumb) navigation bar to check where you are on the site and also to go back to a previous page. The 'footer' navigation bar can be used for accessing the search facility, viewing the site map and help page and also to contact us.

War Calendar:

Scrolling through the War Calendar can be achieved by clicking on the months - top left and right.


This web site sets out to follow the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative's (WAI) Guidelines.

Text size

This site supports the option for users to change the size of the text using the resize option in their browser.

Changing colours

It is possible to change the colour of body text and the background colours used on the site. Both can be achieved by changing preferences in your browser.


If you have difficulty in reading on-screen text then our site has been speech enabled for use with Browsealoud software. This free software will allow you to have our site "read" to you - download the free Browsealoud software

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Viewing PDFs (Portable Document Format)

Some of leaflets and documents are available in PDF format which means they can only be viewed using Adobe Reader. This software is available free of charge from the Adobe Web site

All PDF documents on this site will open in a new Web browser window. After viewing or printing the document, you can close the browser window to return to your initial page.

Newer versions of Adobe Reader contain many capabilities specifically designed to make it easier for people with disabilities to read PDF files, you may want to make sure you have the most recent version of this software. An Accessible Adobe Reader download and further information on accessing PDFs with Assistive Technology is available from the Adobe Reader Accessibility site.

Links to Other Web Sites

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  • Heritage Lottery Fund