Rebecca Hime shows why she feels Gloucestershire County Council should take urgent action on potholes in her Cheltenham street. She says it makes it very difficult to get about in her wheelchair. The council says it is aware of the problem but has to tackle problems on main roads first.
People in a street in Cheltenham are pleading with their council to get potholes filled in.
There are several wheelchair users who live in adapted
accommodation in Selkirk Gardens, but they have trouble crossing the road because it is rutted with dozens of potholes.
A survey by the motoring organisation the AA has revealed that there are more than five potholes for every mile of road in the region. Most of them have appeared as a result of flooding and the recent cold weather.
A man who wanted his wife's funeral cortege to pass their home for a final goodbye has been denied his wish because the road has so many potholes.
Bob Dockrell's road in Locking near Weston-super-Mare was in such bad condition he thought the journey might be undignified. Jonty Messer reports.