|LC control no.||n 84152831
|Geographic heading||Winchcombe (England)
|Geographic subdivision usage||England--Winchcombe
|Associated country||Great Britain England
|Associated place||Gloucestershire (England)
|Found in||Adlard, E. A short history of the Postlip Mill, Winchcombe, 1950.
Wheeler, R. Winchcombe Pottery, c1998: p.19 (Winchcombe)
Winchcombe Ecumenical Partnership. Magazine, July/August 2015.
Wikipedia, viewed 23 January 2018 (Winchcombe; Cotswold town, near Tewkesbury, in Gloucestershire, England; it was a chief city of Mercia in Anglo Saxon times and the county town of Winchcombeshire in the 11th century; it had a motte and bailey castle in the 12th century and prospered from the medieval wool industry and pilgrimmages to the abbey in the medieval era; its prosperity declined after the Reformation and into the 17th century; the town expanded again from the 19th century onwards)
Bartholomew gaz. of Britain, 1977 (Winchcombe, Glos.; nr. Cheltenham)
Municipal yrbk., 1984 (Winchcombe, Tewkesbury District, Gloucestershire)
GEOnet, Aug. 13, 1999 (Winchcomb; [UF] Winchcombe)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 51°57ʹ00ʺN 001°58ʹ00ʺW)
Collins Britain atlas and gazetteer, 1999 (Winchcombe, Glos.; small town, attractive historic town 6m/10km NE of Cheltenham. sudeley Castle to SE; fine medieval 'wool church')
|Geographic area code||e-uk-en