Translation and interpreting services
We aim to provide services which are open to all.
Automatically translated versions of our website are available
in a number of languages.
Please note: these translations are
automatically machine generated and therefore may not convey
the same message as originally intended in English.
For those people needing to access our services and whose first
language is not English, a range of facilities is provided.
Please note all interpreters are bound by a code of
confidentiality and work to a code of conduct agreed by the County
Documents produced by the Council can be translated into any
language on request.
We provide face to face interpreting services to work with
clients whose first language is not English.
British Sign Language (BSL)
Where a BSL Interpreter is required in order to allow a deaf
person to access the services of the Council, this can be
Documents can be printed in Braille on request.
If you have a visual impairment
Material can be transcribed into clearer/larger print, standard
Braille, audiocassette, computer disc or CD-rom.