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Accessibility statement

Wyre Council is continually striving to make its website more inclusive and to provide access to all visitors regardless of technological or physical disability.

W3C Compliance

Our website has been designed in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) internationally recognised Web Accessibility Initiative guidelines.

The WAI is a set of guidelines for producing usable and accessible websites and detailed information can be found on the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) website.

There are three levels of web accessibility under the initiative - "A", "AA" and "AAA". It is intended that all pages on Wyre's website will conform to at least a priority 2 "AA" rating.


We have made every effort to ensure this web site is easily readable using 'plain english'. In addition, we have ensured that the design of this web site is not an obstacle to its usability and readability.

Access Keys

To aid in the navigation of our website, we have enabled several access keys (short cut keys) to some of the most useful pages, We have also included links for some of the site's added functionality such as the Skip to Content link.

The majority of web browsers support access key functionality. To use access keys you need to do the following:

  • For Windows users, press "ALT" plus the listed access key
  • For Mac users, press "Control" plus the listed access key
  • Pressing "Enter" will then take you to the page

The following is a list of the Access Keys currently available and their functions:

  • S = Skip to Content
  • 1 = Home
  • 2 = What's new on the site
  • 3 = Site Map
  • 4 = Advanced Search
  • 5 = FAQ's
  • 6 = A-Z
  • 7 = Contact the Council
  • 8 =Terms and disclaimer
  • 9 = Your feedback
  • 0 = Accessibility Statement