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 

 

Chairman Jim Balderson Presents a Cheque £2521. too Trevor Cherry of Lincs. & Notts Air Ambulance.

This was raised over the past year for this Charity.

A BIG thank you to all that helped to raise this fantastic amount.

 

This Years nominated Charity is the Disney Childrens Ward at Scunthorpe Hospital.

Details to follow on our 10th "Bit of a Do" November 11th at Rangers

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Guest speaker Ian Ashbee (right) who captained Hull City in all four divisions

 

Left to right - Mike White (Radio Humberside) Jim Balderson (Chairman)

Doug Parker (Treasurer) Ian Ashbee (Ex - Hull City FC)

(See photo album for other photos courtesy of Steve Stubbins)

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New Chairman Jim Balderson thanks Paul Mckenzie

for his many years in the Chair and contribution to the groups success

Send your pictures from your summer Holiday's wearing your Winterton Iron Shirts

 

Wack somewhere up a mountain !!!!

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LATEST TRANSFER NEWS FROM THE IRON

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First event - Sports Quiz held at Rangers on Wednesday 18th February

 

 

Winning team Alkborough Cricket Club (with Bob Steels)

Eleven teams took part - thanks to all those who made it a successful night

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(See more pictures in Photo gallery- click here)

 

'Many thanks to all those who made this years 'Bit of a Do' such an outstanding success.  Special thanks to Scrapyard Dogs who were terrific, Thommo, George Kerr, Korky, Olga Parker, Winterton Rangers Football Club and their Staff, 'Brianair'  plus Helen Morgan and her raffle squad, and all those who attended, bought the auction items, donated prizes or bought absentee raffle tickets. When all the money is in we should have raised another £874 for Brigg Gateway Club on the night'  Onto next years event !!! UTWI'

 

 

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Kevin Keegan night a HUGE success - click here to see GREAT photos from the night

click here to see full report

‚ÄčKevin Keegan with a picture of Jack Brownsword at the Winterton Iron fundraising evening in memory of the Scunthorpe United legend