Winchcombe is a medieval town with narrow streets and pavements in places. The majority of shops have step free access however a few have steps. There is plenty to see in the town but in some places the pavements has pinch points but this should not deter wheelchair users exploring the town and nearby countryside. We have produced a simple map of the town centre showing the parking areas, dropped kerbs, disabled toilets and the more easily accessible locations in the town. A common sight these days are cars parked partly on the pavements and Gloucester Street is a good example but there should still be room to pass by.