People can have their Great War reminiscences recorded for posterity at a special roadshow on Saturday.
The event is taking place at Neston Library as part of an exhibition telling the stories of people from the town and surrounding villages during the First World War.
Researchers will welcome family stories, photos or artefacts so they can be shared and recorded for all time.
The roadshow takes place between 11am and 4pm but people can also pop into the library at any time with mementoes or information about life during that time, particularly of relatives left behind at home.
The exhibition, Neston and Villages Remember 1914-18, is part of the Cheshire Great War Stories project.
Volunteers from the history society have uncovered a wealth of information about local people and everyday life during this time as well as details of hospitals for wounded troops and the existence of a small scale munitions factory.
The exhibition, which is open until December, commemorates those local men who were killed or injured during the First World War.
Cllr Williams, who helped towards the cost of the exhibition with a donation from his Member Budget, said: “Once again the people of Neston, along with the library, have put together an interesting and poignant exhibition, this time commemorating our local heroes and the sacrifices made by the people of Neston during the First World War.
“I am proud to have been a part of supporting this excellent insight into Neston’s rich history.”