Trestle Arts Base:
Trestle Arts Base is fully accessible with ramp access, a lift and adapted toilets. We want the Arts Base to feel friendly and accessible and strive to welcome people of all ages and abilities. We would like to hear ideas for improving our service to customers, both disabled and non-disabled.
Assistance dogs are always welcome.
Many families with babies and young children visit the Arts Base and there is some (limited) storage space for pushchairs. There is a nappy changing facility.
Please contact us to book a wheelchair space, or to discuss any access requirements.
Please ask us for large print versions of our brochure and leaflets.
For any advice, please contact the Finance and Venue Manager on +44 (0) 1727 850950 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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For some people, using the mouse can be difficult. To help you to get to the main areas of our website, we have set up access keys which mean you can use the keyboard instead of the mouse to get around the website.
In most web browsers, the user activates the access key by pressing Alt (on PC) or Ctrl (on Mac) simultaneously with the appropriate character on the keyboard.
The access keys used on our website are listed below:
1 Home page
3 Site map
7 Contact us
0 Access key details
More specific information of how to use access keys in individual browsers is displayed below – Taken from Wikipedia:
Google Chrome 3 and higher
Alt on Windows and Linux (Note: ⇧ Shift is required in some circumstances)
Ctrl + ⌥ Opt on Mac
Prior to IE8, Alt + Access Key focused on the element, but required ↵ Enter to be pressed in order to activate the element. This is still the case for hyperlinks in version 9.
Firefox 2 and higher
Alt + ⇧ Shift on Windows and Linux
Ctrl on Mac
⇧ Shift + Esc then press the Access Key
The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed. Once the modifier key is released, browser lists the set of access keys on that page with action and user can hit the desired key.
Ctrl for Mac
Alt for Windows
Safari 4 and higher
Ctrl + ⌥ Opt on Mac
Alt on Windows