The Building

All Saints is a beautiful, ancient church set in the heart of our community. It is a Grade I Listed Building and, close to the south porch, is a Grade II medieval churchyard cross shaft.

 Aerial view of church looking north west

View of All Saints looking north west

In the Conservation Area Appraisal completed by North Lincolnshire Council it states:

"The most important listed building [in Winterton] is the Church of All Saints with its Saxo-Norman tower and nave, medieval aisles, chancel and transepts, and a series of restorations from the mid-17th century to that of 1904 by CF Fowler. It is listed Grade I."

[North Lincolnshire Council, Winterton Conservation Area Appraisal - March 2002]

 Aerial view of church looking north

View of All Saints looking north

 Aerial view of church looking south west

 View of All Saints looking south west

Photo of the Church

A photograph of the church viewed from Churchside can be seen here on the Geograph website. 

Video clips on You Tube

There are two video clips on You Tube about our church, both made during an evening bell practice session [so you will hear the bells ringing out!].

The first video shows you parts of the inside of the nave and chancel [the bellringers are in the tower ringing chamber at the end of the nave].

The second video shows you the outside of the south side of the building from the tower to the east end of the chancel.

Photos from the top of the tower

If you would like to see the views of Winterton from the top of the church tower, click Photos from the Tower

Chancel from west end of nave
View of Chancel from west end of Nave
View from NE corner

 A view which many miss: from the NE corner of the churchyard

Mystery photo

 View of OS Benchmark on wall

Do you know where this is on the church building?


Do you know what it is?


Do you know when it appeared?


To find out more click Benchmark


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