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This website uses two kinds of cookies:

Required Cookies

This website may set cookies in order to:

  • Save your cookie preferences so you are not asked every time you visit the website.
  • Save your accessibility settings so that you do not have to tailor the website to your needs on every visit.
  • Enable website users to login.


Optional Cookies

This website will also ask for your permission to allow us to save third-party cookies. This website uses Google Analytics (if a user has provided optional cookie consent) in order to monitor the usage of this website for insight and improvement.

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Third-party Cookies saved by other services

If media from other websites is embedded into this website (for example YouTube videos, music and podcasts from Spotify etc.) it is possible that those third party services may save cookies to your device. Disability Sport Wales will endeavour to mitigate this by embedding third party services in a No Cookie format where one is available. This may not be possible for all content on this website, for example where is displaying user generated content.

Accessibility Options

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The Light colour mode is designed using Disability Sport Wales brand colours, to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidance Level AA. This should provide good contrast for most users.

The Dark colour mode also uses Disability Sport Wales brand colours, but inverts light and dark to create a "night mode" version. It is intended for people who dislike bright screens, or wish to use their display in a more energy-efficient way. This option does not meet Web Content Accessibility Guidance Level AA, so may not be suitable for users with visual impairments.

The Calm colour mode uses colours which may be more suitable for users who are sensitive to bright colours, or prefer lower contrast. This option does not meet Web Content Accessibility Guidance Level AA, so may not be suitable for users with visual impairments.

The High Contrast option is tailored to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidance Level AAA, and is intended to make this website as accessible as possible to users with the lowest visual acuity. Ideal use of this setting would be combined with Medium Text or Large Text text sizes.


Our default button style uses block-colour backgrounds that contrast against the page background.

You can optionally change this to use buttons that maintain the same background colour and text colour as the main website content, and signifies that is a button with an outline. This may be preferred by users who can read light-on-dark or dark-on-light with greater comfort.

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Use of Capital Letters

You can choose to minimise the use of capital letters for headings and sub-headings if you find them easier to read in Sentence Case. Some text, including acronyms, may still be shown in capital letters.

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Motion Options

This site sometimes uses animation to bring the content to life. If you'd like to disable this, you can do.

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