Documents & Useful Links

Council Documents

Code of Conduct and Member's Register of Interests

Upon election or co-option to the Parish Council each councillor is asked to comply with the North Lincolnshire Code of Conduct (this document is available together with the North Lincolnshire Town & Parish Council Charter for download on the North Lincolnshire Council web page). Councillors also complete a Register of Interest form. The details submitted by each Winteringham Parish councillor may be searched for and viewed here. Winteringham Parish Council complies fully with the Charter described above so if you wish to make a complaint about the conduct of any Parish Councillor contact who will investigate the complaint on your behalf.

Further details about the range of North Lincolnshire council services that apply to Winteringham parish may be searched for and viewed via their interactive map service

Standing Orders & Council Policies 

Documents IconThe Parish Council has also adopted a number of policies and Standing Orders including:

In light of new GDPR legislation the Parish Council has approved the following policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Law:
The Council decided that it will undertake an annual review (last undertaken in January 2018) of its standing orders, adopted policies and any tasks associated with these polices - the schedule detailing when these reviews and tasks will be implemented throughout the year are shown here. If residents wish to suggest any amendments to the content of the Council's policy documents please Contact Us about any changes that you would us like to consider prior to the scheduled review month as detailed in the document.


Council Insurance Certificate 

Details of the Council's employer's liability insurance certificate can be access via this link or found on the Parish Councils noticeboard.


As mentioned in the Petitions Policy adopted above the Council welcomes resident's petitions to the Council. At the September 2017 meeting a "Save the Trees" petition was debated and the Council's response may be viewed both in the Council's minutes and letter to the petitioner.

Emergency Plan

The emergency plan for the village has been updated and is available here should you wish to view this or download for your own information.

Further Information about the Parish Council

The Parish Council owns the land and playing field that Village Hall is situated upon and has a leasehold agreement with the Village Hall.

The Council contracts a Handyman to undertake maintenance work throughout the parish and employs a Parish Clerk who handles the Council's finances and administration on a day to day basis.

Further details about these policies and agreements may be obtained from the Parish Clerk - Use the 'Contact Us' form to complete your request. For information about current issues that the Council wishes to bring to the attention of Winteringham's residents and visitors then please access our Notice page. 

Winteringham Parish Council has been bequeathed a gift of land to provide a Nature Reserve within the village - this area is currently undergoing refurbishment that is being carried out by the splendid efforts of community volunteers, the Parish Council would like to thank these volunteers for their efforts in trying to improve the environment within the village. 


Useful Links to other Agencies & Services

The Parish Council has established or supports a number of links with other organisations such as statutory partnerships, the NHS and other Government Agencies, Parliamentary bodies, etc. and their details are shown below:


Winteringham forms part of the Brigg and Goole parliamentary constituency and the current member of the UK Parliament is Andrew Percy. You may petition parliament by visiting the e-petitions web site.

Winteringham is included in the Yorkshire & Humber constituency of the European Parliament there are 6 members elected for this region. Although the UK voted to leave the European Union in the June 2016 referendum, leaving the EU will not be undertaken until the UK Government completes the Article 50 negotiations of the Lisbon Treaty with the other EU member states so membership of this parliament remains until this process has been finalised.

The European Parliament has two separate initiatives concerning European Citizenship rights following on from the UK's withdrawal from the EU, should residents wish to support either or both of these initiatives then one may be accessed here and the other here.

North Lincolnshire Council

North Lincolnshire Council is the primary provider of council services within the parish, you may raise a request for service from their self service portal. An app that will send in reports to the Council of graffiti. dog fouling, etc.  may be found at FixMyStreet. Winteringham forms part of the Burton Upon Stather and Winterton ward of North Lincolnshire Council. Our ward councillors may also be found on Facebook at Burton and Winterton InTouch

If you feel vulnerable or you are concerned about one of your family members and wish to explore additional products and services designed to assist vulnerable people then please access their connect to support service. Further information about the Community Responders service may be found here together with an information leaflet about this service.

The timetable for Streetsport programme within Winteringham is included here, subject to the weather this is freely available for children to join in with at the Playing field's sport facility.

North Lincolnshire is the most successful authority in the country as a whole in registering children from birth in schemes to help improve children's literacy, here are the details of the success for North Lincolnshire's Imagination Library.

Winteringham is on Route 13 of the North Lincolnshire Mobile Library and a static library and local link service is provided in the neighbouring village of Winterton 

The nearest Household Recycling Centre is provided at North Street, Winterton

Visit the North Lincolnshire Data Observatory for further information and statistics about the area's strategic assessment and the parishes (including Winteringham) and wards that contribute to this assessment.

Dogfouling - Here are North Lincolnshire Council's recommendations and procedure that resident's are asked to follow regarding incidents of Dogfouling, remember that the Council cannot undertake enforcement action until incidents are reported to it. 

For more information about support for communities in Lincolnshire visit the CommunityLincs web site

Bus Service

There is a frequent bus service (approximately every 30 minutes) that goes through the village from Scunthorpe to Hull (Service 350) and return, a less frequent service to East Halton (360) is also available. For the latest timetables click here - to see whether you can qualify for a bus pass or concessionary fares click here for further information. From June 2016 there is also a CallCollect service available for people with limited mobility, for additional information or Request a CallCollect then please follow the link provided.

Social Landlord 

The main social landlord within North Lincolnshire is Ongo Homes

Credit Union 

North Lincolnshire Credit Union have set up a Contact Point available at Winterton Coop on Wednesdays between 12.00pm and 16.00pm

Local Schools

There is an active Under 5 group that meets at the Village Hall and Winteringham Primary School is situated in the village, the nearest secondary school is Winterton Community Academy

Community Safety

There is an active Neighbourhood Watch group within the village and they are supported by the statutory partnership North Lincolnshire Safer Neighbourhoods who can advise on matters such as crime prevention, substance misuse and anti-social behaviour. Help protect your household or any family member you feel may be vulnerable by reading this information about Financial Scams and what to look out for. To report a crime contact Humberside Police directly or your local neighbourhood policing team (Burton Upon Stather & Winterton Neighbourhood Team), the Neighbourhood Action Team sets the local police priorities that are shown on this web site. You may help protect your household by registering your goods on-line at the UK national property register this is a free service available to UK residents. The Humber Police & Crime Commissioner oversees the work of the Humberside Police Force and sets its strategic direction and funding priorities.

Fire Service

North Lincolnshire forms part of the Humber Fire & Rescue service and the nearest fire station is in Winterton.

National Health Service 

The nearest GP surgery to Winteringham is at the Wintererton Medical Practice on Manlake Avenue, Winterton or at Norfolk Avenue, Burton on Stather. For more general information about NHS services visit the NHS Choices web site. For information about the North Lincolnshire clinical commissioning group click on their web site here

There is a Defibrillator available for use by anybody within the village, this is easily accessible 24/7 and is situated at the side of the butcher's (Dave Tomlinson) shop next to the pub (The Bay Horse) in the centre of the village. The device provide clear instructions on its use in an emergency situation and will provide support until professional help may be given.

Energy Networks

If you are undergoing a power cut then further information about this may be obtained by ringing 105 or by visiting the Energy Network web site

Flood Information Service

Parts of Winteringham have been subject to flooding during recent times (especially when a Humber tidal surge has occurred) and current information about the flood risk to the area may be obtained from the Environment Agency's Flood Information Service. The Parish Council actively represents the area in the progress of flood prevention measures undertaken by the Agency and other authorities. For further information concerning flood risk management within North Lincolnshire please click on this link. For information about how to protect your home from flooding Direct Line insurance have provided a handy guide (The Parish Council does not endorse any particular insurer but, nevertheless, this is a handy guide in preparing for and managing a flood).

We have been advised by the Environment Agency that the Floodline telephone number 0845 988 1188 is being deactivated on 1 April 2018 with only 0345 988 1188 being available.

Any calls made to the 0845 from the beginning of April will receive a recorded message asking them to redial the 0345 version.  This message will remain in place until October 2018 after which any calls to the 0845 number will be to a dead line.

The Environment Agency has provided the Parish Council with some further details of their South Ferriby Flood risk scheme for Winteringham & Winteringham Haven.

For information about nature reserves within the area visit the Humber Nature web site.

Links to Voluntary and Community organisations within North Lincolnshire

If you would like to volunteer or contact charities or community organisations within North Lincolnshire then please follow the link to Voluntary Action North Lincolnshire for a range of projects and activities that you may become involved with. For community organisations and support for rural projects within North Lincolnshire contact the Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council (recently renamed Humber and Wolds Rural Action).