By following guidelines and standards, we aim to make our website as accessible as possible. We hope to ensure that this site can be used easily and effectively by everyone, including users with visual impairments and other special requirements.
As a result, we are currently undertaking an accessibility project with a view to offering a number of tools and guidelines for our users. Our aim is that everyone and anyone should be able to participate, use and enjoy being part of Cambridgeshire.net.
This study will lead to improvements in the accessibility of the site. If you experience difficulties using this site, and accessing the information you are looking for, please let us know using the Feedback form. Your input will really help in identifying any problems and improving the site.