Winterton & District Gardeners' Club

About Us

Winterton & District Gardening Club held its first  meeting in September 1996.

The club meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7.30 p.m. from September to June.

Annual membership is £3.00 and members pay £1.50 for each meeting.

Visitors are asked to pay £2.50 for an occasional visit.

We meet at The Old School Hall, 50 West Street, Winterton, Scunthorpe, DN15 9QF.

Access to the main hall is through the blue door at the rear of the building. There is a footpath from West Street at the right hand side. The drive to the infants school can be used to reach the car park behind The Old School Hall.

Coach Trip on Saturday, 1st June 2019

The coach trip to Swines Meadow Farm Nursery was enjoyed by a group of 20 plus. We were welcomed by our hosts and shown round the site. As expected the range of unusual plants was extensive and Karan and Colin Ward have an encyclopaedic knowledge of their stock. Over the years there has been considerable investment in the business and there was much to see. No one left without a few bags of plants. Many thanks to Denise Larkin for organising the day.




Evening garden visit on Thursday, 18th July 




We received a very warm welcome from Helen and Mike. The club visited the garden two years ago, but the changes and improvements they have made in that time are staggering. The new dry bed was very impressive. It is quite simple really – they both work in the garden every day. Daytime visitors can come without an appointment. The project on this three and a half acre site looks to be nearing completion, but all the evidence is they will keep going.

Gail Summerfield

Gail Summerfield


Westshores Nurseries

82 West Street


North Lincolnshire

DN15 9QF

01724 733940

Chairman – Peter Boulby

01469 541190

Grand Garden Day – Sunday,17th May 2020

The event at The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber will be repeated in 2020. There is no charge for entry to the plant fair, which will be located adjacent to the building. We expect a good selection of specialist nurseries to be there with good quality plants at reasonable prices and plenty of valuable advice. The car park is close by and it’s not too far to carry your purchases. Based on the past two years we expect there to be a few mini lectures in the theatre.




Harlow Carr under lights in December

The visit to the RHS Garden, Harlow Carr on  Saturday, 7th December to see the illuminations was a great success and enjoyed by club members and a few guests. Thanks again to Denise Larkin for organising the outing  See the next page for a short report.