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!

Monthly Tea Dances at Winterton Pavilion

2 to 4pm on Sundays on dates below in 2017

January 15, February 12, March 12, April 9, May 14, June 11, July 9, September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10.

Tickets £3 include Tea/Coffee [Cakes Extra]

Monthly Winterton Film Club:

Friday at 7.30pm

2017 Season runs January to May and October/November

January 6. February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, October 6, November 3

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

Free entry but donations requested

 Kids Film Club on Saturday suspended until further notice 

Monthly Coffee Mornings

on Saturdays from 10am to 12 noon.

Dates fixed for 2017 include January 28, February 18, March 18, May 20, June 17, September 2, November 12.

 

Special Events 


Friday 12 May: Scunthorpe Gilbert & Sullivan Amateur Operatic Society 'Songs from the Silver Screen': 7.30pm. Tickets £8 include tea/coffee. Accompanied under 16s free


Thursday 18 May: The Royal Observer Corps and Winterton Observation Post: At 7pm. A talk about this fascinating topic by John Fletcher. Free entry but donations welcome.


Saturday 27 May: Shower Singers Community Choir - Spring Concert: 7.30pm. Tickets £8 include tea/coffee. Wide repertoire of songs. Accompanied under 16s free.


Saturday 24 June: Lydian Choir & Elysian Singers: 7.00pm. Tickets £8 include tea/coffee. Accompanied under 16s free.


Wednesday 28 June: Antiques Quiz Night: With Robert Horner. 7.30pm. Tickets £5 include tea/coffee. Wine on sale.


Saturday 8 July: Organ Recital: Geoff Brown, organist at St Mary, Barton, on the Winterton pipe organ: Free entry with donations.


Saturday & Sunday 15 & 16 July: Winterton Open Gardens: 11am to 5pm both days. Ticket £3


Wednesday 6 September: Winterton through the Years: At 7pm. An illustrated talk by Steve Stubbins. Free entry but donations welcome.


Saturday 9 September: Heritage Open Day: 10am to 4pm. Heritage exhibition and talk at 2pm 'Winterton C17 Riots' by Gwenifer Shawyer. Free entry. Donations welcome. Refreshments on sale.


Friday 22 September: New Orleans Heat Jazz Band Concert: 7.30pm Tickets £12 with wine/food. Seating at tables of 8. Accompanied under 16s free.


Tuesday 3 October: The House of Liberty and Fashion: Talk by Horace Liberty 7.00pm Tickets £5 with tea/coffee.


Saturday 14 October: Autumn Fair: 10am-3pm. Craft Fair, Coffee Morning & Table Top Sale All in One including plants, jewellery, tombola, Usborne books, sweets, wood turned items, bric-a-brac. Something for everyone! Refreshments on sale. Entertainment. Free entry. Proceeds to All Saints' Funds.


Friday 27 October: Harvest Supper: Three course supper by Ian Cawsey with entertainment. 7.30pm. Tables of 8. £15 ticket. Bring own wine and glasses.


Friday 24 November: North Country Theatre presents 'Nightmares in Norfolk: 7.30pm Tickets £12 with wine/food. Accompanied under 16s free.

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

Robin Shawyer 01724 734285 or Ida Liversidge 01724 732268

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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