At Celf ar y Cyd we are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone. Accessibility guidelines have been an integral part of the design and development process from the outset, as well as user testing by a wide variety of people.

We have taken steps to make sure our website is accessible. If you have questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, or if you find that any part of the website is difficult to use: please contact us, as we want to keep improving the experience for all our visitors.

The site aims to comply all priority 1 requirements and Priority 2 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG2.0), otherwise known as Level AA compliance.

Text Size

Text can be increased or decreased in size through the ‘view’ option on your browsers.


The site uses consistent navigation and structure to make it easy to find your way around. Keyboard navigation is possible on many parts of the site. Our aim is to work towards making the entire site accessible to people who use their keyboard to navigate and browse the web.
This site uses CSS layout to ensure that pages are displayed in a consistent manner.


Some documents on this website are in PDF (Portable Document Format). To read them you will require Adobe Acrobat viewer which can be downloaded.

Speech software

The site uses web standard code so that speech-enabled software can read it.


Images have alternative text, or ‘alt’ tags, so that the site is still accessible to anyone who cannot see images. If you find an image without alternative text, or ‘alt’ tag, please let us know.