Events Programme

 

We offer a range of social events. Some are regular each week or month while some are specially planned.

Regular events

Every Wednesday and Saturday: Open Church

2 to 4pm. Visitors welcome to look around

Every Monday: Saints Singers

7.00pm Come along to enjoy singing for pleasure! [School term tine only]

Monthly Tea Dances at Winterton Pavilion

2 to 4pm on Sundays on dates below in 2018

September 9, October 7, November 11, December 2

Tickets £3 include Tea/Coffee [Cakes Extra]

Monthly Winterton Film Club:

Friday at 7.30pm

2018 Season runs January to May and October/November

October 5, November 2

Details of films in church or tel. Grahame 07721584300 and ask to be put on e-mail list.

Free entry but donations requested

Monthly Coffee Mornings

on Saturdays from 10am to 12 noon.

Dates fixed for 2018 include September 14, October 13, November 17.

 

Special Events  


Thursday 20 September: Special Winterton Film Club:

7.30pm. Free entry. Donations. Film details from Grahame 07721584300 or


Saturday 22 September: Auction of Winterton 2022 Model Tractors:

From 12 noon for 2pm auction - refreshments. Details from Winterton 2022

Tractor Auction

Tractor Auction Advert


Friday 28 September: Eagle Jazz Band [formerly Millennium Eagle]:

7.30pm Tickets £12 with glass wine/juice and light refreshment [under 16s free]

Eagle Jazz Band


Sunday 30 September: Choral Evensong:

 

3pm. Diocese of Lincoln Ladies Choir. A Service of Thanksgiving for the completion of the Phase 3 works.

Choral Evensong

 

Saturday 13 October: Autumn Fair:

 
10am-2pm. Craft Fair, Coffee Morning & Table Top Sale All in One including plants, jewellery, tombola, books, wood turned items, bric-a-brac. Something for everyone! Refreshments on sale. Free entry. Junior School Choir to sing at 10.30am.
 

Autumn Fair

 

Friday 19 October: Harvest Supper:

 
7.30pm. Three course supper kindly provided by Ian Cawsey.

Starter: Vegetable Soup and bread roll

Main: Fidget Pie with seasonal vegetables

Pudding: Autumn fruit salad and cream

Vegetarian/Vegan option available if ordered when booking tickets.

Tickets £15 each. Bring your own drinks and glasses.

Quiz and musical entertainment. Seating at tables for 8.

Harvest Supper

 

Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October: Apple Pressing Days:

 
From 2-4pm both days. Bring your apples to press into apple juice but you also need plastic bottles for the juice! Free but donations requested for the church.

 

Monday 22 October: Angel Making:

10am to 3pm. This will be an opportunity make angels for our Festival of Angels in December, using any fabrics and craft materials, including those available in the church OR simply to drop in to discuss ideas and take away suitable fabrics/materials. To access the materials before 22 October or to discuss ideas, please contact Gwenifer Shawyer on 01724 734285 or gwenifershawyer@gmail.com

 

Tuesday 23 October: Flower arranging classes for Christmas at All Saints:

 


Course of six classes taught by Josephine of Floral Designs from 6.30 to 8.30pm on Tuesday evenings: 23, 30 October; 6, 20, 27 November; 4 December

The fee for the course is £36 per person [cost covers all 6 sessions plus tea/coffee].

The classes will include holly and other wreath designs, bow making and flower arrangements to decorate your home for Christmas


For further information or to book a place please see Josephine at her shop on King Street or

contact Gwenifer Shawyer on 01724 734285 or

 

 

Wednesday 14 November: From Jude to Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood:

 

7.30pm. Tickets £8 [under 16s free] Rebecca Perry Productions [www.rebeccaperry.ca]

Judy Garland, Betty Hutton, Lucille Ball and Bette Davis each made their own strides to make women a more prominent and powerful force in Hollywood, they were trailblazers during the golden age of cinema. An evening of scandalous headlines and marvelous melodies. Critically-acclaimed Toronto performer Rebecca Perry takes to the stage to look at the lives of the ladies who broke convention and started something bigger, erhaps, than even they knew. With this affecting show, Perry shows that she not only creates her own marvellous characters, but beautifully inhabits those characters – perhaps even larger still than her own – that inspire her.

From Jude to Bette

Part of the LiveLincs Rural Touring Scheme, funded by North Lincolnshire Council & Arts Council England
 

 
For further information about any of the above events, please contact either

Robin Shawyer 01724 734285 or Ida Liversidge 01724 732268

Events arranged by the Friends of All Saints. Please help us by spreading the word to others and by offering suggestions of events for the future. All moneys raised go towards the upkeep of All Saints' Church.

For latest details of all events see Calendar - default view

If you have any comments about our events programme please contact us on the form below. We have a mailing list if you wish to be kept informed of our future programme. We will not use your e-mail address for any purpose but to keep you informed of our events programme.

 

 

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