People living in Kirklees have been urged to share their World War One stories to keep the history in the public spotlight.
A project called One in Every Family has been started by Kirklees Council to dig out the stories behind the sacrifice.
And the results will go on show at public places around the district as commemorations for the centenary of the war continue.
The council reckons everyone has a story to tell and is asking families to think about what ancestors did in the 1914-18 conflict.
And organisers especially want to hear from people whose female relatives were involved in the war effort as nurses, munitions workers, Land Army members or others who took on men’s jobs for the duration.
For those who don’t have a wealth of information, the council is also offering to help families find out more. The Kirklees Library Service will help people research family members’ involvement in the war.
The project runs until November and will result in a series of posters in rail and bus stations and other public places.
The message is: Don’t let your family’s story be forgotten.
More details from Isobel Holland on 07541316325, email firstname.lastname@example.org