Accessibility statement

The Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn trust is seeking to make the contents of its website accessible to as many people as possible in compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 ("DDA").

Third party documents formats
1.Adobe PDF format (Portable Document Format). To view the files you will need Adobe Acrobat reader – you can download this free software from We recognise that visually impaired people might have difficulty reading the PDFs currently on our website, especially if they are using a screen reader, and most documents in our website are html o text files.
Adobe has a service which enables PDF files to be converted into html or text (RTF) files – you can access this service from
2.Microsoft .doc files. If you do not have Microsoft Word, you can download a viewer program (external link) for free.

Alternative site
We provide an alternative accessible site that is updated as frequently as the inaccessible.
This site complies with the DDA and it is also validated with older browser and machines not provided with mouse so that all the information contained in the main site are available from this site when:
graphics are not loaded,
sounds are not loaded,
there is no mouse,
frames, scripts, style sheets, and applets are not loaded

If you have experienced a problem accessing or reading our material, please let us know and we will try to provide the information in a format that is useful to you. We would also welcome your feedback and ideas regarding the accessibility of our site.

Postal address:
Communications Department
Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust
8 Wilton Way,
London, E8 3EE