The Denbigh Town Council's website makes use of valid HTML code and CSS styles. We aim to make our site as accessible as possible for everyone and to comply with the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WAI (WCAG) 2.1 AA. The site uses a responsive design, which changes the layout of web pages so they work well on desktop PCs, tablets and mobile phones.


We recommend that for the best security and compatibility you keep the operating system and web browser on your device up to date. You can find out how up to date your browser is at a site like

Plain English

We try to write in plain English and avoid jargon where possible. If you don’t understand something, please let us know. 

Changing settings

There are buttons for you to change the screen contrast and the font size according to your needs.

You can also change settings for your web browser or device to improve your experience according to your needs and preferences. You can find help online at AbilityNet, which provides guidance about how to:

  • change the size of text on the screen
  • magnify the screen
  • change your colours
  • make your mouse easier to use
  • use your keyboard to move around the site
  • talk to your device
  • make your device talk to you


The majority of downloadable documents on our website are in PDF-A format. Many web browsers will open these automatically however you can also download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free from Adobe.


If you would like to offer feedback on this website’s accessibility, or report any technical problems, you can send us your comments using our contact form.