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Serving the Community

The Winterton Town Council website has been created to provide information about the council and its activities. To inform people of issues and events in Winterton and the surrounding area.

Services

Our services section provides details of services provided for residents of Winterton and the surrounding area, including emergency services, health, schools, transport and waste management.

Community Information

Check out our community pages for information on venue hire around Winterton. Also you will find details of groups, sporting clubs, organisations and activities for young and old throughout the year.

Events

Information of events that take place throughout the year in and around Winterton, for the enjoyment of all the community.

Latest News / Announcements

1 day ago
North Lincolnshire Council

Junior gym sessions available here in Winterton.

Junior gym sessions at Winterton Gym 🏋️‍♀️🏋️‍♂️

If you are aged 11 to 16 years and want to get fit and have fun, our supervised junior gym sessions could be for you.

The ... See more

2 days ago
Winterton 2022

Don’t forget to pop down and join in the fun with the ibox!

Today until 2pm! FREE

The gaming is underway!!🎮

The iBox is free and fun for half term today at Winterton Community Pavilion!!

10.00 - 12.00 for up to 11 year olds
12.00 - 14.00 for 11 years+

Better still there's ... See more

2 days ago

TODAY from 10.00am!

3 days ago
Richard

Local vacancy 👍🏻

WANTED

Qualified vehicle technician in an established independant garage at Winterton. Must be able to work unsupervised and have a good attention to detail. Good rates of pay for the right ... See more

3 days ago

Don't forget to come down and try out the ibox!

5 days ago

We are excited to work with Winterton 2022 to bring the ibox to Winterton this Thursday!!
The Pavilion will be open between 10.00am and 2.00pm to serve refreshments.
See you there
Winterton ... See more

1 week ago

Update from our local policing team on the graffiti in West Street Park.
Well done to the team 👍🏻

1 week ago
Winterton Medical Practice

The surgery will be closed this afternoon for staff training.

STAFF TRAINING AFTERNOON

Winterton and Burton-upon-Stather Surgeries

The surgeries will be CLOSED for staff training
on Wednesday, 13th February 2019
from 1.00 pm, re-opening at 8.30 am on ... See more

2 weeks ago

Have you been affected by anti social behaviour? Do you have questions on local policing?
Police and Crime Commissioner, Mr Keith Hunter will be attending a public meeting here in Winterton on ... See more

2 weeks ago

The Moggies are back and are bringing the love to All Saints Church this Valentines.
Why not come along and support this fundraising event.

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Welcome to the Winterton Town Council website

The Winterton Town Council website has been created to provide information about the council and its activities, but it also presents a broad history of the town, information about modern Winterton and links to local community groups, special interest groups and much more.

We hope you enjoy using the Winterton Town Council website and invite you to send us feedback and suggestions about any issue to do with Winterton by visiting the ‘Contact Us’ page.

History

Situated in North Lincolnshire, Winterton is a town of around five thousand inhabitants and lies about 5 miles north-east of Scunthorpe.

Although not a great deal is known about its early history, Winterton is known to have had significant Roman connections. The old Roman road of Ermine Street runs nearby and many Roman artefacts have been found in the area including in 1747 the discovery of well-preserved mosaic pavements. William Fowler a local builder produced some highly-acclaimed prints of these pavements and some of his original work is held at North Lincolnshire Museum… read more history here.