How to use the site if you are unfamiliar with the web
A Hand appears:
If you are moving over a word, an icon or picture and a hand appears and or the word and its background change colour, then this means that you can "click" using your mouse and you will reach more detailed information. Words in green are usually links.
If you are using the site in a high contrast mode, links will underline as your mouse passes over them.
There are three ways that you can find information on the web site:
- Search - Use this to type in your own word(s) and carry out a search for them on the website. Click on "Search" to reach this function.
- Directory - On the homepage there is a directory showing themed areas which enables you to access information using the menu structure.
- Links within information - The information on the web site has underlined words which are direct links to related information.
This web site contains documents of type: pfd and .doc (MS Word)
Adobe's(R) Portable Document Format (PDF). These icons next to a document means that it has been placed in a PDF and may be displayed or printed exactly as the author created the document.
To display or print the document, you must download the free Acrobat(R) Reader from the Adobe(R) web site. The Acrobat(R) Reader allows anyone to view, navigate, and print documents in the Adobe(R) Portable Document Format (PDF). Follow the directions on the Adobe(R) site to install and configure the reader for use with your web browser.
Send a message using the email facility in "Contact Us" from the main top menu. Your message will be passed onto an appropriate member of the council.
- Contact Us - Use this to leave your comments about the web site or to contact a council member. Any information will be considered for the future development of our services and web site. You can also use this facility to leave general enquiries.