There is a Shopmobility service in Aylesbury town centre offering wheelchairs and scooters for free use.
The Stoke Mandeville Way, 5 km (3.1 m) public pathway route which has been made accessible for most disabled people. It runs from Aylesbury railway station and town centre to the home of the Paralympic movement at Stoke Mandeville Stadium and beyond to Stoke Mandeville hospital and village.
We have partnered with AccessAble to provide accessibility information both for routes around the town and main leisure facilities and car parks within Aylesbury town centre, head to www.accessable.co.uk/aylesbury for the accessibility guides or download the AccessAble App.
You will find nappy changing facilities in many of the cafes and restaurants in Aylesbury town centre. Friars Square Shopping Centre has a Parent and Baby room on Level 3, which can be accessed via the lifts between House of Fraser & BHS.
Whether you’re looking for an evening to socialise with friends over dinner and drinks or a night out in the pubs and clubs, Aylesbury have plenty to offer. Visit our Nightlife section for more information.
There are regular markets every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, a Foodie Friday market and the Vintage and Craft Bazaar every Tuesday. To find out more, including how to become a stallholder, visit the Aylesbury Vale District Council website.