Conditions for all event users at All Saints: Winterton PCC, which is responsible for All Saints, has decided that all users of the church be requested to continue to wear face masks and observe social distancing.This is in order to safeguard all users, especially the most vulnerable, so that all feel able to make use of the building. It also means that total seating will be limited as the seating will be spaced out. We also need to add that we rely on a temporary toilet at present while the new toilets are being constructed [August 2021]
Every Saturday and some Wednesdays: Open Church
2 to 4pm. Visitors welcome to look around
From Wednesday from 1st September 2021- first Wednesday in the month only and from Saturday 4th September every Saturday. These Open Church afternoons allow you to:
○ Visit to see the church and its heritage displays
○ Pop in to say a prayer or light a candle
○ Pop in to chat to the duty staff
○ Just sit in the quiet by yourself
Every Monday: Saints Singers
Regular WOWSAS [Women of Winterton And Surrounding Areas]:
An informal community group for women. Meet at 7pm once every 5-6 weeks on a Friday. Further information Lucinda Hopkins email: or tel: 01724 733890.
Meet most weeks: contact Frank on 01724732056
Piano Recital - Saturday 4 September
2.30pm Recital by Caroline Baines. A specially chosen programe of pieces by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin. Free entry with retiring colletion for church funds. Doors open from 2pm.
Heritage Open Day - Saturday 18 September
10am to 4pm - "Amazing Stories from Winterton" Free entry. Hear the stories! See the displays! Find out about the fascinating stories of Winterton's anchoress, the town pinder who wrote doggerel, the diarist. the landowner who 'saved' All Saints, the antiquarian and the vice-chancellor.
‘Nearly Lear’ - Friday 24 September - Susanna Hamnett
7.30pm. £8 adults - accompanied under 16s free. Please book tickets via 01724 734285.
What if the great and tragic story of King Lear were to be told through the eyes of his closest companion? In this award-winning and dynamic one woman tour-deforce, Susanna Hamnett plays the Fool - and every other character - to tell a very
personal and poignant story that - with breathtaking hilarity and heartache - honours
the beautiful language of Shakespeare's Lear while taking a bit of poetic license.
Welcome to a Lear that is both profoundly accessible and fun, while taking its
audience firmly into the heart, spirit, and emotional core of this great story. Artist's
Perhaps you recall seeing Susanna in 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' or one of her
many other film roles. We are lucky to secure her act for Winterton presented by
Blaize for the Live Lincs Rural Touring Scheme, funded by North Lincolnshire
Council & Arts Council England.
‘Forget Me Not' - The Alzheimer’s Whodunit - Friday 29 October - Rob Gee
7.30pm . £8 adults - accompanied under 16s free. Please book tickets via 01724 734285.
Theatre piece with poetry and comedy. Jim's wife, a patient on a dementia ward, has
died from what appears to be natural causes. Jim is a retired police detective and he
smells a rat. He's determined to solve one last murder. The problem is he also has
dementia. By turns hilarious and thought-provoking, this is a one-man comedy
poetry theatre show that has a lot to say about how we treat and perceive people
with dementia. So much so that, since seeing the show, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust have recruited Rob to work with healthcare staff, using 'Forget Me Not' as a training aid in the areas of compassion and whistleblowing. This has been an entirely new form of training, with 93% of participants saying they would recommend it to a colleague.
Rob worked for twelve years in as a mental health nurse before becoming a writer and performer. He is patron of Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project (LAMP) and lead artist for the Comedy Asylum: comedy shows written and performed by people receiving mental health treatment. He returned to nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Artist's website: https://www.robgee.co.uk
We are lucky to secure his act for Winterton presented by Blaize for the Live Lincs Rural Touring Scheme, funded by North Lincolnshire Council & Arts Council England.
'Swede Dreamz' Abba Tribute Band - Sunday 14 November
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
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