Terms and Conditions
Copyright and Ownership
All material on this web site, including text, graphics and photographic images, is copyright Roefield Leisure unless otherwise stated. Use may be made of this material by educational and not-for-profit organisations without permission from Wirral Council but a credit to the Council would be appreciated.
We authorise users to view and download material from this site only for your personal, non-commercial use. You must keep the copyright or other notices contained in the original material on anything that you download.
All other use of this material may only be made with the express written permission of Wirral Council. To seek permission please contact us and state the web address of the page that includes the information you require.
Roefield Leisure makes every attempt to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information stored on and accessible from this web site, but this information should not be relied upon as a substitute for formal advice from Departments of the Council and its partners.
Roefield Leisure will not be held responsible for any loss or inconvenience caused as a result of inaccuracy or error within this web site.
Links to external websites
We add links from our site into other websites to help you find more information related to our services. However Roefield Leisure cannot be held responsible for the content of any external site linked to from within this site.
This is because we do not produce them or maintain and update them cannot change them they can be changed without our knowledge or agreement
The inclusion of a link to an external website from our site should not be understood to be an endorsement of that website or the site’s owners or their products or services.
We do not enter into reciprocal linking arrangements.
This site has been built to work in all modern browsers. If you are using an older version than Internet Explorer 9 you may experience problems and should look at upgrading your browser to a newer version.
The website includes the following features to make the site accessible to all our visitors.
Changing colours, font, text size and other settings
All modern browsers allow you to change colours and font sizes. We’ve tried to create a site which doesn’t get in the way when you change these settings.
We try to write in plain English and avoid jargon . If you don’t understand something, please let us know using the ‘Rate this page’ link on every page.
The site uses simple heading structures which should make it easier to find what you need, especially for people who use screen readers.
We try our best to comply with code standards e.g. HTML and CCS, and W3C WAI accessibility guidelines.
All pictures and images within the site will be tagged with alternative text to describe the content of a picture. This is useful for text-based browsers or for users with visual impairments as it enables the picture to be described in words.
Navigating around the website – Skip to content
We have a ‘skip to content’ link at the bottom of the hero section of the pages that contain hero sections which will skip navigation links and other elements to arrive at the main content. This appears when you start to tab through the website pages.
Non html documents
We aim to provide content in html format where possible.
We will sometimes add videos to the website to support the website text. Where possible, when we add videos we will provide captions so that you can read what people are saying as it happens.
We have also provided more accessible buttons that allow you to control the video by using tab alone.
Despite our best efforts there are some web pages which are provided by other organisations which do not yet have all the functionality mentioned above. We are working with our partners to make these websites as accessible as possible.
We also embed Google Maps and YouTube videos on some of our pages. We have made efforts to make these as accessible as possible but some screen reader or keyboard only users may have difficulties accessing them. We will try to provide text alternatives for these websites or at the very least a link back to the provider’s website.