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This site map should help you find your way around our website. As well as the "Home" Page there are three other "main" pages and all other pages are associated with a "main" page from which they can be reached, either directly, or indirectly via another page. The "main" pages are:
All the pages on the site (with just a very few exceptions) are listed below under their associated "main" page so you can see where everything fits in. You can even go directly to any page from the list. If you need further help there are some Notes for guidance below the list.
All the main pages are accessible from the navigation links area on every page, so you can always get back to any main page from any other page. Links to the News, Diary, Services, May we help? and Site Map pages also appear there. The navigation links area is usually across the top of each page and looks like this:
Note that, as the 'Diary' and 'May we help?' pages have been added recently, not all pages will have links to them until they are updated.
There are also links on the pages to their associated pages, and sometime to other pages. This may mean clicking on a photograph to see an enlarged version. Links to pages forming part of the Web Archive are usually in a different colour. Pages may also have links within the text of the page - this Site Map is the most obvious example! The Site Map page may from time to time have links to pages that cannot be reached any other way - generally these are pages or sections in preparation which can be viewed but which may not yet be complete.
There is a "breadcrumb trail" in small type at the top of most pages (either right at the top or immediately below the church address) which will enable you to find your way back to the Home Page and the associated main page. The "breadcrumb trail" enables you to retrace your steps to the Home page and "Welcome" page by the "normal" route, which may not be the way you came.
The initial "Welcome" page is a technically very simple page provided primarily to help people with older browsers. It does not form an essential part of the site and is not in the list above. However, there is a link back to it in the "breadcrumb trail" on each page. Older browsers may not show the navigation links area or other parts of the pages correctly, but the "breadcrumb trail" should be visible at or near the top of the page and can be used to return to the home page or a main page. You can then reach other parts of the site using the links in the body of the pages.
The aim has been to ensure the site is accessible, particularly to those with impaired vision who may use screen reader software to convert visual material to sound. The webmaster would be grateful for any comments from such users and others with an interest in Web accessibility as to how well this aim has been achieved. There is an e-mail link on the WhosWho page.
Sadly, normally we have to avoid showing recognisable pictures of children on the site. This is to conform with child protection law. Where children appear in more general views their faces are usually obscured unless they are too small to be recognisable.
The old Site Map (from the previous version of the Home Page) formerly shown on this page has now been removed as it is, by now, so out of date it may be misleading. It is over 3 years (June 2004) since the layout of the site was changed and it was thought unlikely that anyone would still need the old site map. However, if you have problems navigating the site please do contact the webmaster.
Page last updated 08 December 2007.
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