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See below for information about the various community groups in and around Winterton.
All Saints Church
Trinity Methodist Church, King Street
I: Thursday 6-7.30pm Girls Brigade 4-18yrs
T: 01724 733950
I: Sunday school
T: 01724 732214
I: 1ST Wednesday of the Month Games club 6-7.15pm
T: 01724 723214
I: Wednesday 12.30pm Luncheon Club Fortnightly
Bookings need to be made for this.
T: Linda 01724 732170
I: Tuesday Night 7.30pm Men’s Fellowship
T: 01724 732214
I: Tuesday 7.30pm Women’s fellowship group
T: 01724 733307
I: 1ST Tuesday of the month communion
I: 1ST Thursday of the month Café Worship
T: Mike 01724 732214
I: Every 3rd Sunday Breakfast session
T: 01724 732214
Winterton Grangefield Committee
Meet at the Winterton Community Well Being Hub, De Lacy Way, Winterton.
For more information call 01724 488085
The Jubilee Club
Address: The Jubilee Working Mens Club, 3 Church Side, Winterton, North Lincolnshire, DN15 9TR
Telephone: 01724 732326
Contact Details for Terry Wiseman Race Nights:
Telephone: 01142 324271
Mobile: 07772 736891
Neighbourhood Action Team (NAT)
Winterton Council has two representatives (Cllr Johnson and Cllr Bridge) on the NAT Team for Winterton and Burton Upon Stather and the Chair is Ward Cllr Ralph Ogg.
The Team focus on Local Policing issues and prioritise those incidents to try to help local residents with problems.
Sounds Right is a locally based (Ashby, Scunthorpe) voluntary self help group. It works to provide a wide range of support, activities and initiatives to all those from our community who are deaf/deafened or hard of hearing.
The group operates within the following mission statement:
“To work towards improving awareness, access, understanding and fellowship in all areas and issues associated with hearing loss.
To create situations which empower all people with hearing loss to have freedom of choice, along with the knowledge and skills, which will enable them to have full and equal participation within our community.”
If you need information on any topics relating either directly or indirectly to hearing loss, please visit their website either by clicking here or on the ‘Sounds Right Logo’ (above). The Sounds Right news section is updated regularly and it also operates a free emailing newsletter service.
Trinity Methodist Chapel
Address: King Street, Winterton, DN15 9TP
Telephone: 01724 732214
Please click here to visit the Trinity Methodist Church website.
Winterton Agricultural Society
Today the Show occupies over 30 acres, which the Winterton Agricultural Society now owns to accommodate the growing demand for trade stands, sideshows and entertainment.
This growth has enabled other organisations to hold events throughout the year on what has become a superb well equipped showground.
Telephone: 01724 732789
Please click here to visit the Winterton Show website.
Winterton & District Men's Probus Club
Winterton and District Mens Probus Club is an association of retired or semi-retired professional and business men, and others who have held comparable positions of responsibility in any field of endeavour, who meet monthly on a Monday for a coffee morning with speaker at the Sheffield Arms, Burton upon Stather and on a Tuesday for lunch at The Bay Horse Inn in Winteringham.
Telephone: 01724 720458 (Charels Woodcock)
The Winterton Disabled Club
Please click here to visit the Winterton Disabled Club website.
Winterton Disabled Club was created in July 1991 and has since gone from strength to strength. The Club is a registered charity and a member of FRSB and NCVO.
We specialise in giving our members opportunities to have a good time and are never short of ideas to provide them with activities which they would not normally undertake. For example we love to dress up (in fancy dress of course!).
We organise visits by speakers and demonstrators on a variety of subjects but never anything depressing (no medical talks). We meet twice a month on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Trinity Methodist Church Hall, King Street, Winterton.
We have regular craft sessions (at the Cornerstone) where members can socialise and exercise their artistic talents. We encourage members to remain fit and healthy with weekly sessions of New Age Kurling at Winterton Youth Club. We also welcome non members to Kurling. Come along and give it a try!
We have a regular assisted shopping scheme visiting supermarkets and garden centres in the area and this is combined with lunch out.
We take members to the theatre and the ballet and organise summer outings to various venues.
We love parties and never miss an opportunity to have a good knees up!
The Club was shortlisted for the first Directory of Social Change Award and obtained a runner up place at the final in the “Everyday Impact” category. The presentation of the Award took place in Central Hall, Westminster on 6th June 2007 and was presented by Ed Milliband, then Minister for the Voluntary Sector.
Trinity Methodist Church, King Street.
I: Meet twice a month on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays. 2-4pm
T: 01724 733441
I: Wednesday 2-4pm New Age Kurling
T: 01724 733441
CORNER STONE KING STREET
Please click here to visit the Winterton Iron website.
Formed in 2007, from relatively small beginnings Winterton Iron (W.I.) has grown from strength to strength and now has in excess of 200 members.
Our main aim is supporting local charities and encouraging more support for the Iron, in particular to try and get more children to support their local club Scunthorpe United. We organise away travel and other events during the year.
Winterton & District Lions
Please click here to visit the Winterton & District Lions website.
Address: 54 West St, Winterton, Scunthorpe DN15 9QF
Telephone: 01724 732628
Please click here to visit the Winterton Rangers facebook page.
Winterton Senior Citizens Forum
The Winterton Senior Citizens Forum is held every second Thursday in the month between 1.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. at the Methodist Trinity Church Hall, Kings Street, Winterton.
Winterton Care Campaign Group
I: Help for residents over 60 in cold weather.
Web Page: www.wwcg13.weekly.com
T: 01724 733441
F: Winterton Care Campaign Group
De Lacy Community Well Being Hub activities
Well Being Hub: 01652 634554
I: Monday- 1-3pm Golden Oldies fortnightly
130-3.3pm- coffee craft and chat
3-4pm reminiscence group
6-8pm community bingo
T: For the golden oldies and community bingo contact 01724 488900
T: Other activities contact 01652 634554
Wednesday- 11-12pm chair based exercise weekly available for all ages and abilities.
1-3pm coffee craft and chat weekly
1-3pm carers support group fortnightly contact 01652 650585
6.30pm -9.00pm Crafts and Cuppas contact Helen 01724 735398
Thursday- 9.30-10.30am Baby Babble and Gabble Health Visitor Clinic weekly for parents and grandparents to attend Contact 01652 637766/ 01724 488900
Friday- 11-12pm Chair Based Exercise contact 01652 634554
12-5pm private booking
Grangefield Committee Group meets every third Tuesday of the Month
I: For residents to attend and become actively involved in the Grangefield.
T: 01724 488085
F: Grangefield Winterton
Winterton Allotment Group
The Winterton Allotment group is a newly formed group of local allotment holders and the Town Council. Don’t have an allotment but interested in coming along? Let us know, you are welcome to join us.
Winterton & District Gardening Club
For more details please visit www.wintertongardenersclub.org.uk.