During the development of this website, Special Olympics Great Britain has ensured that the W3C standards regarding accessibility and good practice have been strictly adhered to. All pages validate to current XHTML & CSS standards as well as satisfying many WCAG guidelines to the triple A rating.

The only exceptions to this statement are the pages that have been developed by third parties and external links to other websites.

All pages are designed to display and operate correctly with the majority of browsers on most operating systems. For the best experience online we recommend using the latest version of Firefox or Google Chrome. All pages should also operate correctly with text based browsers and screen readers.

Most modern browsers include many additional features that will enhance usability further, such as a Zoom function to increase text size. Please consult your browser’s help files for further information.

All files have been optimised to decrease file size and provide faster download speeds.

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During the development of this website, Special Olympics Great Britain has ensured that the W3C standards regarding accessibility and good practice have been strictly adhered to. All pages validate to current XHTML & CSS standards as well as satisfying many WCAG guidelines to the triple A rating.
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During the development of this website, Special Olympics Great Britain has ensured that the W3C standards regarding accessibility and good practice have been strictly adhered to. All pages validate to current XHTML & CSS standards as well as satisfying many WCAG guidelines to the triple A rating.
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