Website Accessibility Statement


SSQ Hall Committee Ltd - Web Accessibility Statement

This is the Accessibility Statement of SSQ Hall Committee Ltd (operators of Stanton St Quintin Parish Hall) website –

Accessible features on this website

There are a number of customisable options available on your web browser and the device that you are using that can help you to use this website, and other websites, more effectively.

The following accessibility features are in place on this website so you can:

  • use ‘skip links’ to navigate to menu and content

  • use speech recognition software to navigate most of the site

  • read alt-text applied to images and, where alt-text is not available, image tooltips/tags will be utilised to provide identification of images.

We aim to use plain English throughout our website to make our content as simple as possible to understand. The majority of our pages also use correct heading structure and context-rich link text. We aim to use consistent layout and font styles throughout all pages to simplify navigation.

The AbilityNet website has advice on making your device easier to use if you have a disability.

Technical information about this website’s accessibility

The SSQ Hall Committee Ltd is a registered Charity and as such we don’t have to meet all the web-accessibility obligations of the Equality Act 2010. However, we will work hard to provide a compliant and easy to use website.

Compliance status

This website is built following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 (WCAG 2.1, AA standard), and the Parish Hall Committee endeavours to track any developments from W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) which may bring about any changes to these guidelines.


Where there are third party links or any documents provided from sources other than the Parish Hall Committee, while undertaking to check for compliance, we cannot guarantee compliance.

The Parish Hall Committee has no control over, nor does it have responsibility for, accessibility and compliance of such content.


What will we do to improve accessibility?

  • We will continue to provide consistency in layout, text and navigation

  • Monitor change to regulation and advice from web development and design authorities

  • Review the website design and relevance bi-annually

  • Use tools provided by our website hosting service and developers to update and improve accessibility for all users as and when available.

Preparation of this accessibility statement

The Parish Hall accessibility statement was reviewed 10 January 2021 and this statement was prepared on 20 January 2021.

The website was last tested 13 January 2021. The testing was carried out by the Parish Hall webmaster using Wave accessibility checker, testing all primary pages.

Feedback and contact information

If you find any problems with this website please let us know by email at

A PDF version of this policy can be found on the Contact Us page.