Formed in 2007, from relatively small beginnings Winterton Iron (W.I) has grown from strength to strength and now has in excess of 200 members.  The main aim of supporting local charities and encouraging more support for the Iron, in particular to try and get more children to support their local club Scunthorpe United. We organise away travel and other events during the year....UP THE IRON 

 

 

2017 Charity Quiz Draw

This was held at the George Hogg on Monday 31st July when Scunthorpe Manager Graham Alexander attended a Q & A and drew the winners as follows.

1st Carol Johns – London

2nd Doug Parker

3rd Sheila Rowe

There were 64 correct answers and the total raised for our charity “TEENAGE CANCER TRUST” £402.00 (a record).

Thanks goes to everyone who participated, sold quiz sheets and helped with the printing. 

A HUGE THANKS TO PETE AND LIZ CLEARY FOR ORGANISING THIS ANNUAL CHARITY QUIZ

CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER SHEET

 

 

 

Scunthorpe Manager - Graham Alexander (middle) pictured with Doug Parker (left) and chairman Jim Balderson

at the recent Q & A meeting held at the George Hogg Winterton.

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Jim Balderson (Chairman) presents cheque to Vikki McAlpine from the Disney Ward

(Our charity for 2016) for £2530.00 we thank all those who contributed.

 

Our chosen 2017 Charity is for TEENAGE CANCER - we will be holding a number of events to raise monies

including our annual "Bit of a Do" on November 10th at Rangers

 

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 CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE PICTURES FROM THE "BIT OF A DO"

 

Picture of Graham Alexander with BBC Radio Humberside

David Burns (Left) and George Kerr (Middle)
at our 10th Annual "Bit of a Do"
Rollin Stoned on stage at Bit of a Do
A big thank you from Chairman Jim and the committee to everyone who supported this our 10th Annual "Bit of a Do"
those who also bought raffle tickets which raised £960.00
The Current Total now for our Charity "Childrens Disney Ward" stands at £2160.00 with two months to go.

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Stuart Maw ( former Chairman and Co-Founder of the Winterton Iron) hands over a sum of money raised from his recent Ben Nevis sponsored climb to the current Chairman James Balderson. This money is to be used to support local youngsters involved in sport, on application and approval. The first beneficiary is Jacob Ridley, seen with his Dad, Lee. Jacob is a fine young player and is a bright prospect for the future, we wish him well. Pics by Steve Stubbins.

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