We welcome visitors to our church and want you to enjoy your visit.
There is much of interest in All Saints and within, and nearby, our community of Winterton.
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Also of interest will be the sections [see links at top of page] to 'Heritage' of All Saints and to 'About Us' for information about our church activities.
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All Saints' Church, Winterton. Within the Diocese of Lincoln.
Churchside, Winterton, Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire
Please note that Churchside is a narrow one-way street. There is no parking but cars can drop passengers at the main church entrance if they enter Churchside from Queen Street. Cars are not able to reach the Church directly from Market Street due to the one-way system.
Every Wednesday from 2-4pm we are open especially for visitors. Welcome staff are on hand to answer any questions.
Please note at all other times that, unfortunately, our church currently has to be kept locked. We plan in the future to keep it open during daylight hours.
There is no dedicated parking space for our church. Please note that Churchside is a narrow, one-way street and parking is not possible. Parking is also very limited in Queen Street.
The church does have the kind agreement of the landlords for our visitors to use the car park at the George Hogg, which is very close to the church, in Market Street [postcode DN15 9PT]. If you do use this car park please take the opportunity to call in for a drink or meal. The George Hogg is privately owned and is open most days from 9am but not Mondays and Tuesdays when it opens later and you may find the gates to the car park closed. It serves coffee, drinks and food all day. It is easiest to approach the George Hogg car park from High Street towards Market Street.
There are a few parking spaces on Market Street and many more along the High Street but some of these are time-limited. Roadside parking is possible along West Street. There is a footpath across the churchyard from West Street opposite the Old School Hall.
There is a toilet inside the church. Public conveniences are located at the lower end of Queen Street.
All Saints is a medieval building. Wheelchair access is possible via the South Porch which faces Churchside. There is a ramp inside to the lower floor level. However, inside the church the floors are at different levels and access is limited.
Wheelchair access is not possible to the toilet in the church.
There are three entrances to the churchyard with stone paving leading to the South Porch. The main gateway off Churchside and the north west gate off West Street both have small steps/ramps. The gate in the south east corner at the Churchside/Queen Street junction has no step.
Ordnance survey Grid Ref. SE 928186
Postcode [for purposes of satellite navigation only] DN15 9TU will lead to Churchside.
All Saints is located in the centre of Winterton which is an ancient settlement with some narrow streets. If travelling by car we advise you to find a parking place and walk to the church [after dropping passengers if needed in Churchside].
If using the motorway network, leave the M180 via M181 towards Scunthorpe. From the end of the M181 follow signs for A1077 Winterton. If crossing south over the Humber Bridge [toll] via A15, leave at the first exit after the Bridge and follow A1077 for Winterton.
The nearest bus stop to our church is in High Street. There is the 350 Humber Fastcat service [Scunthorpe-Hull] as well as the 55 [Scunthorpe, Appleby, Winterton].
Timetables for these bus services can be found here. Follow on-screen directions to find the route timetables. Bus stops in Winterton are listed here. For the Humber Fastcat timetable click Humber Fastcat
The nearest railway station is at Scunthorpe [7 miles].
There are many attractions to visit within a short distance of Winterton. The links below will give you access to details about heritage sites and many activities in the area.
Discover Northern Lincolnshire's fascinating rural heritage as you explore sixteen churches across North and North East Lincolnshire, each with their own stories to tell at: Northern Lincolnshire Heritage and Church Trails
The North Lincolnshire Tourist website has many details of places to visit, including accommodation in the area. Visit North Lincolnshire
There are also many details on the tourist section of the website for North Lincolnshire Council. North Lincolnshire Tourism
A special website brings together many of the places to visit along the South Humber shore. The South Humber Collection
Close to Winterton is the house, country park and farming museum at Normanby Hall
There are always interesting exhibitions at our local museum in Scunthorpe North Lincolnshire Museum
If you would like to look up further details about the heritage in our area, do check out the search pages via the website at English Heritage
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