Winterton Iron supporters group was formed back in 2007 with its main aim to support Scunthorpe United F.C. We are an enthusiastic group who support local charities and raise in excess of £2500 each year. We also encourage children to support the Iron and sponsor them on a local basis whilst playing for their local team.

We organise away travel by rail and coach and other events during the year. Our main fundraising is our “Bit of a Do” when we put on a fantastic night of entertainment at Winterton Rangers F.C. Life time Membership is only £10.00 so please come and join us. – UP THE WINTERTON IRON

 

"Winterton Iron" wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year

 

Chairman Jim Balderson Presents a Cheque to Jim Harding

for £2700 from monies raised in 2019 (Our nominated Charity "The Poirier Foundation)

Our Charity for 2020 is The "Lincolnshire House" 

Quality care and support for people with Cerebral Palsy

(click here for the website)

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Another GREAT "BIT OF A DO" at Winterton Rangers

  

 

Beatles Revolution on Stage

More Pictures click here

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 Emily Vickers pictured with Chairman Jim Bolderson

 

Emily Vickers who lives in Winterton with Sponsored Boots

Emily plays for Donacster Belles Regional Talent Club.

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Match Sponsors for Winterton Rangers V Harrogate Railway

 

(Left to right) Dave Thomas, (Winterton Iron)

Richard Smales (CEO Winterton Rangers)

Doug Parker (Winterton Iron Presenting Cheque)

Scott Hellewell (Winterton Rangers Manager)

Man of the match Elliot Broughton with Jim Balderson (Winterton Iron Chairman)

 

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2019 Charity Quiz Results (click here)

Pete Cleary (left) Quiz master -

recieving a small token of appreciation from Chairman Jim Balderson

 

A big thank you to everyone who supported the quiz in any way and helped to raise

£383.00 For our 2019 charity “THE POIRIER FOUNDATION”

A special thank you to those who printed the quiz sheets, the prize money donor, everyone who helped to sell the quiz and anyone who made a donation.

Well done to all of you who entered and hope you had some fun and enjoyment doing it,

 hoping it didn’t cause too much frustration!

A total of 84 quizzes were returned of which 34 were all correct answers,

22 only had one incorrect answer and everyone else came very close.

Congratulations to the following 3 prize winners whose names were drawn out at our meeting on Monday 29th July.

1st Prize £15 – Pete & Joyce Clay

2nd Prize £10 – Nick Burton

3rd Prize £5 – Colin & Christine Andrew

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The  "Maternity Bereavement Suite" at Scunthorpe General Hospital

Opening on Thursday 18th July 2019

 

 

Members of Winterton Iron with Hayley Thompson (Health Tree Foundation) and Chairman Jim Balderson (right)

at the opening of the "Maternity Bereavement Suite" at Scunthorpe General Hospital 

Monies raised over last year was £3,315.00 by Winterton Iron.

For the Health Tree Foundation Thanks goes to all who supported this appeal - Fantastic Effort!

(Our Charity for 2019 is a local Winterton based Charity " The Poirier Foundation")

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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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