thurrock.gov.uk is designed to be as accessible as possible for every user. This means that you should be able to access our information and services with the latest versions of screen readers and basic operating system screen magnifiers.
You can find advice on the NHS help with accessibility website, including:
- making your mouse easier to use
- using your keyboard instead of your mouse
- alternatives to a keyboard and mouse
- making text larger in your web browser
- changing colours in your web browser
- magnifying your screen
- screen readers and talking browsers
Let us know if you are having trouble with accessibility on thurrock.gov.uk . We will work to make improvements wherever possible.
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- you will see more features on many websites
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