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About Winton House Centre

Who We Are And What We Do

We Aim

To deliver a variety of services and activities for those needing support, to combat isolation, and provide socialising and volunteering opportunities.


We Aim

To support and work together with other charities and voluntary organisations to enable them to meet their aims and objectives. We enable community groups to meet in an affordable setting.


We Aim

To maintain this beautiful Grade II listed building so that its use continues to benefit the local community.

Winton House Centre was formed in 1980 by Chairwoman Joyce Perry and transferred from Hylton Road to the High Street in 1982. It was formed to provide shared premises for several local charities and to provide a hub for sharing local information, especially for the elderly and those in need of support.

The Pop-In Tea Room evolved from the amount of people coming in each day and soon began to be  open daily to the public. Age Concern were one of the first charities to be housed at Winton House and are still based here and continue to run a wealth of services for the older population. 

The ground floor houses the Winton Room, Courtyard Room and the Information Desk from which many services and activities operate (this needs linking). The upper floors are private flats which provide an income stream for the charity to operate. Winton House is run by a dedicated team of over 70 volunteers, and three part time members of staff.

We Always Try Our Best to Help

Don't hesitate to contact us.