The wash basin The old clock still ticking
A favourite vase
Our volunteers are constantly researching the history of the cottage and the life and times of Mrs Smith. We have developed a range of booklets and postcards which delve deeper into this varied history.
This new, well-illustrated, 28 page book presents the complete story of Mrs. Smith and her way of life and how the Cottage became a museum. It incorporates many colour photographs and documents from the Cottage Archive, including details on some of the contents of the Cottage. The new book is available at the museum for £3.50 and by post.
This 48 page book about the 'home front' in the Cliff Villages (Waddington to Leadenham), is based on village war memories from local residents and includes information from school log books and parish records. It is well-illustrated. Available at the museum for £3.50 and by post.
A range of smaller booklets focus on aspects of Mrs Smith's life at the cottage.
Mrs Smith & Her Cottage - 60p
Mrs Smith's Schooldays - 60p
Mrs Smith's Working Life - 60p
Mrs Smith and her Garden - 60p
A set of 8 postcards is available depicting scenes from inside and around the cottage.
These professionally photographed and printed cards are available at the cottage and by post.Photography design & printing by: Elpeeko Ltd, Lincoln.
Elpeeko © Mrs. Smith’s Cottage Museum.
Cost of publications and postcards, including post and packing:
Mrs. Smith's Cottage: A Souvenir Book: £4.50
The Cliff Villages at War: £4.50
Set of four small booklets: £3.50
Set of eight postcards: £3.00To order copies of the above publications, please send your name and address and
a cheque made out to 'North Kesteven District Council' for the appropriate amount to:
Mrs Smith's Cottage Museum
4, North Lane