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A thank you to the lovely volunteers that keep the Winton House Centre show on the road.
The ongoing gorgeous weather guaranteed a beautiful afternoon in our gardens for our volunteers to down tools and enjoy a strawberry tea and Pimms.
The Centre is dependent on its volunteers - they staff our community pop in cafe and our information desk that supports the public in a variety of ways.
Our volunteers give their time, energy, bring their skills, experience, great humour and hearts that make Winton House a joyful place to be.
Thanks from Rachel, Centre Manager, Jim, Finance Administrator, Ann, House keeper and the Winton House trustees.

Winton House volunteer gardening team prepare for this year's Petersfield in Bloom!


Winton House Centre joins in with Victoria Day with Victorian Tea room

Winton House took part in Victoria day and we had a Victorian tearoom which was heaving by the afternoon. Our tearoom featured a Victorian music box - playing all day, a gardening book - a very valuable antique, with handwritten entries in it, Victorian games, a copper kettle and bed pan, and a lush supply of Victorian cakes - ginger snaps, Victorian Sponge and poppy seed. We were considering offering gruel.. but not sure we'd have many takers......
Our pop in cafe volunteers were dressed in Victorian lace pinnies and hats and a handmade Victorian bed quilt was also on display.

Quiz Night

Friday 18​ May
for Winton House Centre
7pm for 7.30pm start
St Peter’s Church Hall, Petersfield
Tickets £12
including Ploughman's supper
Cash bar available.
Tables of 6 people


Winton House Centre, 18 High Street,
Petersfield, GU32 3JL Tel: 01730 266046


Art at Winton House by the children of Petersfield Infant School

Next week Winton House centre will be home to the beautiful art works created by the children of Petersfield Infant School. Both the pop in cafe and the garden will house the work which will be here from 19th March up to and including the 13th April. Families of the children and the general public are invited to come and see the work, to visit the pop in, and weather allowing, to sit in our beautiful garden.
The project is the result of a joint initiative between Winton House and Vicki Ostersen, a local artist and local councillor Ben Bentley who provided the grant for the project.