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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

Update on South Ferriby Flood Alleviation Scheme

Verge Cutting

WTC have responded to numerous complaints about the state of the verges and have taken action by employing a contractor to cut the verges and they will be starting next week.

Coronavirus Update

As the situation with coronavirus and the countrywide lockdown continues, we sincerely hope everyone is staying safe and staying home. The council is still here for anyone who needs support and is always contactable by phone, email and facebook even though the office remains shut. Anyone who is experiencing any kind of difficulty during these unprecedented times, please contact us. If we cannot help we will be able to advise you accordingly.

Whilst lock down continues the parks on West Street and Marmion Drive remain closed as does the Community Pavilion on Newport Drive. The cemetery and the allotments are still open however if you are visiting these areas social distancing must be observed at all times.

A list of services throughout the town has been organised by Cllr Paul McCartan. He is regularly updating this and posting updates on Facebook.

Please continue to look out for the elderly and vulnerable in our community, if one positive can be taken from this situation, it is that community spirit is very much alive and kicking in Winterton.

Dear Residents,

From Monday 23rd March, the Council Office will be closed until further notice.

However, we will continue to operate and serve our community under these difficult circumstances to the best of our abilities.

We can be contacted via telephone, on 01724 488085, email at clerk@wintertoncouncil.co.uk, the contact us page on our website or through our Facebook page.

For the latest information and guidance on Corona Virus, please click on the links below:

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Notice of Conclusion of Audit

Annual Governance and Accountability Return

for the year ending 31st March 2019

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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.