The John W. Doorly Trust
Copyright © 2007 - 2017 by The John W. Doorly Trust, London, UK - Registered Charity No. 1006077
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Accessibility Notice The John W. Doorly Trust, Registered Charity No. 1006077, is committed to ensuring within the constraints of its means and resources that its website is as easy to use and as accessible as possible to the widest range of visitors, irrespective of any impairment or disability issues that they may face. The John W. Doorly Trust treats this as an ongoing process and is constantly seeking to improve its website in this regard. Clarity We have tried to structure the website as clearly as possible for easy reading and access. Content Our site content on all web pages is as clearly laid out and structured as possible. For this purpose, the website uses e.g. descriptive headings highlighting sections of text in a meaningful way. The language used is clear and easy to understand. All links show a meaningful descriptive text. Changing Text Size Web browsers generally feature a “View” button. If you select this, you can easily find a setting to increase or decrease the text size in your browser. For example: Microsoft Internet Explorer users: select 'View', then 'Text size', then select the desired size. Mozilla Firefox users: select ‘View’, then ‘Zoom’, then select ‘Zoom Text’, then press Ctrl and the (+) key to increase text size. Apple Safari: Hold down the Apple Key and press the (+) key. If you need to decrease text size, follow the same procedure but press the (-) key instead of the (+) key. Google Chrome:  Select the ‘Customise and Control’ spanner symbol (top right) or press Alt+E. Then select ‘Settings’ and ‘Under the Bonnet’ and go to the ‘Web Content’ section to customise fonts and font sizes. The exact procedure depends on your browser and/or browser version. Images Any images on the website of The John W. Doorly Trust are used for aesthetic reasons only. Colour contrast Colour is generally not used to convey any information. Navigation aids A sitemap assists with your navigation. All pages across the site feature a direct link back to the homepage, and are embedded in a consistent navigation system. Software To access some types of content on this website, download or update the free software below: Adobe Acrobat Reader To view PDF files go to www.adobe.com to download the latest free version Access keys This site is kept intentionally as simple as possible to make it as easy to navigate and use as possible.  No special access or short-cut keys have been programmed. This avoids potential conflict with  any special keys you may have set up on your device. We are here to help If you encounter any difficulties with accessing / using the content of our website we welcome your feedback to webmaster@johndoorlytrust.org.uk. Please give full technical details of the exact nature of your difficulties. Together we will try to find a positive solution so that you can access the content of the website for your study and inspiration.
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The John W. Doorly Trust
Copyright © 2007 - 2017 by The John W. Doorly Trust       London, UK - Registered Charity No. 1006077
Accessibility Notice
Accessibility Notice The John W. Doorly Trust, Registered Charity No. 1006077, is committed to ensuring within the constraints of its means and resources that its website is as easy to use and as accessible as possible to the widest range of visitors, irrespective of any impairment or disability issues that they may face. The John W. Doorly Trust treats this as an ongoing process and is constantly seeking to improve its website in this regard. Clarity We have tried to structure the website as clearly as possible for easy reading and access. Content Our site content on all web pages is as clearly laid out and structured as possible. For this purpose, the website uses e.g. descriptive headings highlighting sections of text in a menaingful way. The language used is clear and easy to understand. All links show a meaningful descriptive text. Changing Text Size Web browsers generally feature a “View” button. If you select this, you can easily find a setting to increase or decrease the text size in your browser. For example: Microsoft Internet Explorer users: select 'View', then 'Text size', then select desired size. Mozilla Firefox users: select ‘View’, then ‘Zoom’, then select ‘Zoom Text only’, then press Ctrl and the (+) key to increase text size. Apple Safari: Hold down the Apple Key and press the (+) key. If you need to decrease text size, follow the same procedure but press the (-) key instead of the (+) key. Google Chrome: Select the ‘Customise and Control’ spanner symbol (top right) or press Alt + E. Then select ‘Settings’ and ‘Under the Bonnet’ and go to the ‘Web Content’ section to customise fonts and font sizes. The exact procedure depends on your browser and/or browser version. Images Any images on the website of The John W. Doorly Trust are used for aesthetic reasons only. Colour contrast Colour is generally not used to convey any information. Navigation aids A sitemap assists with your navigation. All pages across the site feature a direct link back to the homepage, and are embedded in a consistent navigation system. Software To access some types of content on this website, download or update the free software below: Adobe Acrobat Reader To view PDF files go to www.adobe.com to download the latest free version Access keys This site is kept intentionally as simple as possible to make it as easy to navigate and use as possible.  No special access or short-cut keys have been programmed. This avoids potential conflict with  any special keys you may have set up on your device. We are here to help If you encounter any difficulties with accessing / using the content of our website we welcome your feedback to webmaster@johndoorlytrust.org.uk. Please give full technical details of the exact nature of your difficulties. Together we will try to find a positive solution so that you can access the content of the website for your study and inspiration.
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The John W. Doorly Trust
Accessibility Notice
Copyright © 2007 - 2017 by The John W. Doorly Trust,      London, UK - Registered Charity No. 1006077
Accessibility Notice The John W. Doorly Trust, Registered Charity No. 1006077,  is committed to ensuring within the constraints of its means and resources that its website is as easy to use and as accessible as possible to the widest range of visitors, irrespective of any impairment or disability issues that they may face. The John W. Doorly Trust treats this as an ongoing process and is constantly seeking to improve its website in this regard. Clarity We have tried to structure the website as clearly as possible for easy reading and access. Content Our site content on all web pages is as clearly laid out and structured as possible. For this purpose, the website uses e.g. descriptive headings highlighting sections of text in a menaingful way. The language used is clear and easy to understand. All links show a meaningful descriptive text. Changing Text Size Web browsers generally feature a “View” button. If you select this, you can easily find a setting to increase or decrease the text size in your browser. For example: Microsoft Internet Explorer users: select 'View', then 'Text size', then select desired size. Mozilla Firefox users: select ‘View’, then ‘Zoom’, then select ‘Zoom Text only’, then press Ctrl and the (+) key to increase text size. Apple Safari: Hold down the Apple Key and press the (+) key. If you need to decrease text size, follow the same procedure but press the (-) key instead of the (+) key. Google Chrome: Select the ‘Customise and Control’ spanner symbol (top right) or press Alt + E. Then select ‘Settings’ and ‘Under the Bonnet’ and go to the ‘Web Content’ section to customise fonts and font sizes. The exact procedure depends on your browser and/or browser version. Images Any images on the website of The John W. Doorly Trust are used for aesthetic reasons only. Colour contrast Colour is generally not used to convey any information. Navigation aids A sitemap assists with your navigation. All pages across the site feature a direct link back to the homepage, and are embedded in a consistent navigation system. Software To access some types of content on this website, download or update the free software below: Adobe Acrobat Reader To view PDF files go to www.adobe.com to download the latest free version Access keys This site is kept intentionally as simple as possible to make it as easy to navigate and use as possible. No special access or short-cut keys have been programmed. This avoids potential conflict with any special keys you may have set up on your device. We are here to help If you encounter any difficulties with accessing / using the content of our website we welcome your feedback to webmaster@johndoorlytrust.org.uk. Please give full technical details of the exact nature of your difficulties. Together we will try to find a positive solution so that you can access the content of the website for your study and inspiration.
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