Winteringham News

“One of the most beautiful of all English villages” - C E Trimmer        Defibrillator     Banner photograph by Alan Kitchen © 2011

The information given below is the latest that I have.  If any is incorrect, please let me know so that it can be updated.



Winteringham Parish Council website

Click the image to be taken to the Parish Council website




IIP Winteringham Primary SchoolWinteringham County Primary School

    For information Tel. 01724 734996



Winteringham Underfives (Play School)

    Tel. 01724 732514
    Times: 9:30 to 12 noon Monday to Friday, during term-time.
    For children from 2 to 5.  Funding is available for 3 and 4 year olds.


Carer and Toddler Group

    Village Hall on Thursdays from 10:00 to 11:30;
    Everyone welcome
    For more information, telephone 01724 732603


Winteringham All Saints Church

    Minister:  Rev. Alice Nunn
    The Vicarage,
    High Street,
    N. Lincs.
    DN15 9PU
    Tel. 01724 732262

Church Wardens:

    Mr Chris Knowles
    Tel. 01724 734213
    Alison Bell


Winteringham Methodist Chapel

    Minister: Helen Croft
    The Manse,
    62 West Street,
    N. Lincs. 
    DN15 9QF
    Tel. 01724 732337

Chief Steward:

    Mr Will Maw
    Tel. 01724 734631


Winteringham Neighbourhood Watch AwardNeighbourhood Watch Group

    Chair:  Mr William Foord
    Tel. 07838 166695

    The Group has won several awards, including the Gold Group Award Winner (right)


Winteringham W.I.

    Pres:  Val Lancaster

    Sec: Donna Goodhand


    For the website of Winteringham WI, please click here


Village Hall

Winteringham has a large, recently modernised Village Hall situated on South Side, with large car park. 

The hall is available for hire both for private functions and by organisations.

The booking contact is Michelle Burkill.
Tel. 07809696057

For the Winteringham Village Hall website, please click here.


Playing Field

The village has a Playing Field on South Side which was extended in 2003 when the Parish Council were able to purchase land from North Lincolnshire Council.

There is a fenced area in which there is play equipment for the children.  Standing at the side of this area is the new Teen Shelter where the local youngsters can gather for a chat.

The large grassed area allows plenty of scope for ball games and there is also an All Weather Sports Facility.  In a summer this is used solely for tennis but in a winter the youngsters can play basket ball, five-a-side football or any other game they wish


Bus Service

Winteringham is on the Humber Fast Cats Route.  For more information click here.


Mobile Library

Winteringham Library van

Two mobile library vehicles bring the library service to the people of rural North Lincolnshire.

Each vehicle carries a selection of adult and children's books, talking books and computers, as well as providing an access point to all library and council services.

The current vehicles came into operation in the autumn of 1999. These state-of-the-art vehicles provide a wide range of services as well as the traditional book lending facilities.

Library Timetable:




Low Burgage (Opposite ‘Wolfreton’)



Village Hall



West End (Old Wesleyan Chapel)



Village Hall





The Environment

Collections on Mondays, alternating between general waste and recyclable materials.

Everything else can be taken to the Refuse Centre at Winterton (on Winteringham Road).




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