Bramshaw Parish Council
Bramshaw Parish Council
We are constantly working to make our website as accessible and usable as possible.
Bramshaw Parish Council are aware of their responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 and the need to avoid either direct or indirect discrimination against anyone on the grounds of age, gender reassignment, marriage, pregnancy, disability, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
We want the services we provide to be as accessible and usable as possible. In particular, we want to ensure that our website is accessible to disabled users, including those with a visual impairment.
As a small Parish Council our website is limited to text documents which can be read, or downloaded and printed as required. Although limited in scope, the site has been developed to conform with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) and the Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations (Website and Mobile Applications) 2018.
If you have any difficulty in reading these documents, they can be provided in other formats, for example hard copies in large print. Please let us know the document and the format you require, and we will try to meet your needs.
We would also be happy to receive any feedback you may have regarding your experience in accessing the information on our website, and any changes that you feel could be made. If you have any queries or need advice on accessing this information please contact the clerk to the Parish Council using the Contact Us form below.
Please note that a wide range of help is available for disabled computer users through the AbilityNet website, which provides a range of guidance on how to:
- make your mouse easier to use (opens in new window)
- use your keyboard instead of a mouse (opens in new window)
- talk to your device (opens in new window)
- make your device talk to you (opens in new window)
- make text larger (opens in new window)
- change your colours (opens in new window)
- magnify the screen (opens in new window)
The Equality and Human Rights Commission are the enforcement body regarding any alleged failure to comply with accessibility requirements or to provide information in an accessible format. We will of course try our best to satisfy any reasonable requests you may have regarding the information we publish.