This is the official Accessibility Statement for the Penrose website;-

If you have experienced a problem accessing or reading our material, please let us know and we will try to provide the information in a format that is useful to you. We would also welcome your feedback and ideas regarding the accessibility of our site.

Standards Compliance
All pages on this site are Web Content Accessibility Guidelines approved and comply with all priority 1, 2 and in most cases 3 guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

Many accessibility features can be measured, whilst some cannot and require human judgement. We have reviewed the guidelines and believe that we have achieved compliance.

Adobe Acrobat
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the PDF documents viewable on this web site. You can download Acrobat Reader free from the Adobe website.

Adobe also provides useful tools and resources on the accessibility section of the Adobe web site, if you wish to access PDF documents using a screen reader.

Adjusting the Text size
The text size used throughout the site is easily increased or decreased using your browser. A couple of examples of how to do this are listed below:

Changing your text size in Microsoft Internet Explorer:

1. Select ‘Text Size’ from the ‘View’ menu.
2. Select from the list of predefined text sizes raning from ‘Largest’ to ‘Smallest’

Changing your text size in Mozilla:

1. Select ‘Text Size’ from the ‘View’ menu.
2. Select ‘Increase Font’ or ‘Decrease Font’ to adjust the font size accordingly.

Alternatively you can adjust your text size in many browsers by holiding down the ‘Ctrl’ key (PC) and using your mouse scroll wheel to increase or decrease your text size.

All pages have a tab index so that pressing the tab key will sequentially go through the links on the web page from top to bottom.

Technical Specification
This website has been designed to conform to W3C web standards and uses valid eXtensible Hypertext Mark-up Language (XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).