Help using this site & accessibility


Accessibility & Help

This page contains a link (at right, see example) using the tel: protocol. This is not supported by desktop browsers and iPads. We have chosen to include this as an easy way to allow visitors to call us on their phones. On desktops, you will not see this link unless you are on a low resolution screen or resize the browser to a small size. This is normal behavior.

On desktops with a low resolution, laptops and devices without a mobile SIM or Skype an error message is usually displayed:

Chrome on Windows 7/10 does nothing when the link is clicked

Firefox on Windows 7/10 displays the message ‘The address wasn’t understood’

IE11 on Windows 7 displays the message ‘The webpage cannot be displayed’

IE11 on Windows 10 prompts you to search for an app in the Windows Store

Edge on Windows 10 prompts you to search for an app in the Windows Store

Chrome on Mac with OS 10.11 launches Facetime which cannot make phone calls unless it’s paired to an iPhone

Safari on Mac with OS 10.11 launches Facetime which cannot make phone calls unless it’s paired to an iPhone

Safari on an iPad with iOS 9.1 launches Facetime which cannot make phone calls unless it’s paired to an iPhone

We’re committed to making this site easy to use for everyone. If you have any issues with this site that may need addressing, please contact us.

this site uses the new tel: protocol

This site uses the new tel: protocol. It may cause issues on devices at very low resolutions which are not mobile phones. It’s completely safe and can be ignored.