Help is being sought to tell a town’s greatest story.
The 200th anniversary of the first Neston Ladies Day parade is to be celebrated this summer with a community-wide heritage project.
A pop-up museum will go on display in the town and a souvenir commemorative brochure is being produced.
Project co-ordinator Hip & Harmony is seeking Neston Female Society and Ladies Day memories, memorabilia, photographs, artworks along with anything at all people think might be of interest.
Reminiscence collection drop-in sessions are to be held at Neston Library on Parkgate Road on Saturdays March 29 and April 5 from 1-4pm.
Hip & Harmony says it is not just looking for very old photographs and memories as more recent ones will also be included.
The group said: “If you would like you or your family to have the opportunity to appear in either the museum or brochure, please do drop in with your items.”
Most photographs and documents can be scanned on the spot.
Items for display in the pop-up museum can be kept under lock and key and returned after the exhibition closes in June or be photographed and returned immediately depending on the preference of whoever has brought the item along.
The group added: “This is Neston's greatest story.
“It belongs to everyone in Neston and it's yours to tell, so please do come along and share your memories.”