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Download it in a range of formats:


Mersey Forest Logo gif (for use in MS word etc)
Pantone eps
CMYK eps
pdf
zip (the full set)


Other variations are available on our logo page.


Please read our brief visual identity guidelines.


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Accessibility

Helping people to use The Mersey Forest website is important to us.

You can contact our friendly team (call 01925 816217 or email mail@merseyforest.org.uk) about any problems you are encountering with using the website. You can also find links below from the BBC's My Web My Way page that explain how to access The Mersey Forest website in different ways if you have visual, mobility or other impairments.

 

I can't see very well

If you have difficulty seeing, the BBC provides online guides about how to:

 

 

I am blind

To help people who are blind, the BBC provides online guides about how to:

 

 

I find words difficult

For people who have difficulty with words, the BBC provides online guides about how to:

 

 

I find a keyboard or mouse hard to use

If you have difficulty using a keyboard or mouse, the BBC provides online guides about how to:

 

 

 

Details of how we designed our website

The Mersey Forest website has been specifically designed to allow the above technologies and techniques to work well. For example: 

 

  • Photos and other images have been given "alt" attributes that describe the content of the image.
  • The navigation is not JavaScript driven, meaning it is screenreader friendly.
  • Within the code of the website, there is a clear separation between design and content, so content can be rearranged by external CSS if required.
  • You can navigate the site using your keyboard.
  • The site is not reliant on JavaScript – the site works without it but is enhanced by it – the JavaScript replaces stuff that already works.
  • The site uses "title" tags in a hierarchical structure.
  • Descriptive links and link text have been used where possible to avoid style bad practices.
  • Where possible, text transcripts of video content have been provided.

 

Contact us

You can always contact us (call 01925 816217 or email mail@merseyforest.org.uk) about any problems you have using our website.