Excitement is building across Chester and Ellesmere Port in preparation for the solar eclipse on Friday.
From Neston to Bickerton, the city centre to Winsford, people are getting ready to be plunged into darkness during the rare natural phenomenon.
Special glasses that ensure sun spotters do not damage their eyes are selling out , while thousands of people across the nation are in the process of building their own viewers.
But what time will the eclipse happen in your area and what amount of the sun will fall behind the moon?
Esri UK has produced an interactive guide to let you know how dark it will be across the country during the eclipse on Friday morning.
All you need to do is simply click on a location and a pop-out box will show you the time the eclipse will take place and how much of the sun will be obscured.