MANAGERS of Frodsham’s Iron Age Hillfort want to trace photographs of the site to chronicle its social history.
The Habibtats and Hillforts team want to capture your memories of Woodhouse Hill, Frodsham, to document the memories of the things visitors to the site did.
A spokesman said: “The Iron Age Hillforts of Cheshire have acted as a focal point for so many activities for hundreds of years.”
“Their dominant positions have drawn people to work, play or simply sit and stare for generations but, little of this has been recorded.
“We would like to trace photographs that parents, grandparents and friends took around the hillforts and to talk to you, and document, the memories of things you did.
“Our aim is to keep our social history alive for future generations. If you have any such memorabilia or would be happy to talk to us we would love to here from you.”
“We would be delighted to hear from you or meet you over the next year to bring together local finds, photographs, maps, farm records, antiques etc that increase our knowledge of the heritage of the area.
“The research may lead to the publication of a further booklet about the history of the area as well as displays in village halls.
For more information, go to www.habitatsandhillforts.co.uk.