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In recent years, the school has carried out a various projects with the Cottage museum including a visual photographic record, a project at Tattershall Thorpe Camp and a "memories in a box" display.
The Museum is a registered charity run by volunteers. It has been open for over 26 years and is dedicated to preserving, displaying and promoting the heritage of Woodhall Spa from its beginnings to the present day.
The Cottage Museum received the prestigious Award for Excellence at the bi-annual Lincolnshire Heritage Award Ceremony which took place at Gainsborough Old Hall on the 10th July 2014. The museum was also highly commended for the Inspiration award category for their submission ‘The Future of Woodhall Spa Museum. The awards celebrate the work taking place in museums, historic houses and heritage sites across the county. This year the entries were judged by David Sleight (Dean of Public Engagement, University of Lincoln, Emma Tatlow (Visit Lincoln Partnership Manager) and Steve LeMottee (Executive Director of East Midland Museum Service).
The Cottage Museum recently underwent a significant redevelopment supported by funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.