Facilities and features


We have three unisex toilets, including fully accessible disabled, baby change and infant. Public toilets are located nearby in Queen Street.

The new disabled toilet has baby-changing facilities and infant toilet.

The church is located in the town centre on Churchside, a narrow, one-way street. There is no dedicated car park. Only roadside parking in the town is possible and some nearby streets in the centre have parking restrictions.

The new disabled toilet is fully accessible. Public toilets are located nearby in Queen Street.

The nearest defibrillator is at the entrance to the Junior School in West Street [2 minutes from the church].

The main door entrance is level with the floor in the church.

This is available.

Assistance dogs are welcome in the church.

Our Building

There are several beautiful painted glass windows dating from the mid-C19 to mid-C20.

'Open Church' from 2-4 pm on the second and fourth Wednesday each month and every Saturday.

The church is medieval and Grade I listed. Full details are on the church website.

Winterton Post Office is located on the HIgh Street about three minutes from the church.

Music and Worship

Bell-ringers meet regularly to ring the six bells, five dating from 1734.

There are many varied events throughout the year. Details on our church website.

The C19 pipe organ was refurbished in 2015.

Groups, Courses and Activities

These take place in the church occasionally.

Many community events are held in the church. See our website for details.

The Friends of All Saints arrange community events in the church and oversee a number of interest groups to assist in the operation of the church: catering, heritage, lifelong learning, care for the building, new media and social events.

Help for Visitors

A notice in the South Porch gives guidance about access to free WiFi in the church.

Can be arranged when requested.

The church has a dedicated Heritage Centre housing displays about the church and Winterton. There are walk leaflets for the town and the parish as well as an architectural tour of nearby Lincolnshire Towers, one of which is at All Saints.

A small display cabinet in the church shows gifts available for sale.

The church is open for visitors from 2-4pm on the second and fourth Wednesday each month and every Saturday throughout the year.

Other Features

Fairtrade tea and coffee is used in the church.

The church has a large screen and projector; monitor screens display short videos and other data about the church; there is a full sound system for music and a hearing loop.

All Saints is located near the centre of Winterton's Conservation Area.

All Saints offers support to Hull and East Yorkshire Credit Union's work in Winterton.

The nave and two small rooms at the west end of the church are available for hire. The nave is an excellent concert venue and can be used for banquets and craft fairs. There are new toilets and a small, modern commercial kitchen available.