If you have any events to advertise, content you would like to submit for consideration or would simply like to make a comment about the Winterton Town Council website please contact the Town Clerk, Lisa Newstead on 01724 488085 or by email at: clerk@wintertoncouncil.co.uk.

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 month ago

Walking the way to health in North Lincolnshire.

A timetable of led walks. No booking needed.
Each walk is less than 3 miles (unless otherwise stated).

Pick up a list of walks at the Council ... See more

1 month ago

This year, the council introduced the Fran Fletcher Business Award to its list of Civic Awards.
The award was to acknowledge a local company who are more than just business but a community asset. A ... See more

1 month ago

Flood Defence Works at South Ferriby

Will you be affected by works?
The Environment Agency are holding a public consultation event to get the views of the public, on how best to manage the impact ... See more

1 month ago

The Butchers Arms FC need your support!
Tonight is the first of three cup finals for the team. Kick off is 7.30pm ⚽️

1 month ago

Please be aware
Accident on Ermine Street, between the crossing and Appleby, road closed. Please avoid the area.
Thank you

1 month ago
Brigg Town Council

Do you know any Manchester City or Brighton fans who would be interested in bidding for tickets? ⚽️
Brigg Town Council

Top football match tickets are now on offer in Brigg - in aid of charity.
Two top-grade tickets for the FA Cup semi-final between Manchester City and Brighton at Wembley Stadium in London on ... See more

1 month ago

A pink Quiz girls coat has been handed in to the Council Office.
Please get in touch if you know who it belongs to. Thanks

1 month ago

A1077 Litter Pick

A litter pick along the A1077 has been organised for Sunday 7th April (times to be confirmed). If you can spare a couple of hours and would like to get involved, please email the ... See more

2 months ago
Winterton Fire Station

Charity Car Wash TODAY from 1pm!

The car wash today starts at 1pm, hope to see you there.

2 months ago

Are you interested in becoming a Town Councillor? Contact the Clerk on 488085 or email clerk@wintertoncouncil.co.uk for more information.

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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.