Sir Nicholas Winton

Sir Nicholas Winton  and rescued children.

Nicholas Winton's home page

Winton's Children
News and Archive

Nicholas Winton was known for organising the rescue of 669 Czech children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia during the 9 months before war broke out in 1939. The story became known to the public in 1988 when it featured on That’s Life, a BBC TV programme hosted by Esther Rantzen. In 2003 he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for Services to Humanity for this work. There are many websites which tell this story in detail.

This site is maintained by the family of Sir Nicholas to give information and to facilitate contact.




All are welcome to celebrate the life of Sir Nicholas Winton with his family and friends

St Johns' Smith Square

Friday May 20th at 7:30 pm

Tickets: Adults £18 and £5 for children

Available from:

All funds donated will be given to charities supporting Syrian refugee children


We are sad to announce the death of our father Nicholas Winton on Wednesday 1st July 2015
He died peacefully in his sleep at Wexham Park Hospital Slough having been admitted a week earlier following a deterioration in his health.

Nick and Barbara Winton

If its Not Impossible. Biography of Sir Nicholas Winton.

The biography of Sir Nicholas Winton by his daughter Barbara Winton is now available from: Troubador Books

The book and ebook are available from: Amazon. (US) Amazon (UK)

More details Here.

His son Nick Winton gives presentations about his life. More details Here.


Nicky's 106th birthday 19th May 2015


Nicky receiving the freedom of the City of London from the Chamberlain, Dr Peter Kane. 23rd February 2015


Sir Nicholas receives the Order of The White Lion from President Miloš Zeman at Prague Castle 28th October 2014
Sir Nicholas receives the Order of The White Lion from President Miloš Zeman

Nicky and Barbara

Nicky and Barbara at the Book Launch




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