Woodhall Spa’s Jackie Goodall has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the local community. Jackie, pictured receiving her award from County Council chairman Coun William Webb, has been chairman of the board of directors at the Cottage Museum for 12 years.
Lincolnshire’s local heroes have been recognised in this year’s Good Citizens Awards.
Winners were chosen for their outstanding contribution to their local community following nominations by friends, neighbours and colleagues in recognition for their tireless efforts to help others.
They will receive their awards from the chairman of Lincolnshire County Council, Cllr William Webb.
Community leadership: Jackie Goodall
Jackie’s voluntary work in Woodhall Spa and across the region is so outstanding it’s inspired a new category in the Good Citizens Awards!
Over the last 12 years she has shown amazing commitment as chairman of the board of directors to Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum and the Lincolnshire Heritage Forum.
Jackie played a pivotal role in the museum’s successful bid for £680,000 of Heritage Lottery Funding in 2011. The redeveloped attraction re-opened in 2013 and has hosted more than 6,000 visitors.
Pair/Couple:Tom and Jenny Rowe
For a remarkable 30 years, Tom and Jenny Rowe have been Sutton Bridge stalwarts, helping people in need and campaigning for local causes.
Green issues are close to their hearts, and they are founder members of the South Lincs Environmental Group and the original Sutton Bridge in Bloom Group.
Successes include buying land and then creating Tom’s Wood, planting hundreds of trees along the A17, providing seats along the River Nene, and successfully campaigning to keep a local byway open.
Community group: Flinders Founders