A community group wants to hear from people who lived in Huddersfield through the Second World War.
The group, which supports and promotes the Moldgreen museum, is also keen to hear from ex-servicemen and women who have served in conflicts since 1945.
Volunteers have been collecting and recording stories from people who saw service in the likes of Korea, Malaya, Kenya and Northern Ireland.
In October the group opened a memorial garden at the rear of the museum with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A key part of that bid was to record the experiences of local men and women including those who completed National Service.
Some of the volunteers received training on recording history from Dr Heather Nicholson, a senior research fellow in the Centre for Visual and Oral History Research at the University of Huddersfield.
The building and land which now contains the museum and park were given to the people of Huddersfield by Leigh Tolson in memory of his two nephews who were killed in the First World War.
People who want to share their memories can contact the group or go along to one of the monthly tea and cake afternoons held at the museum on the second Wednesday of every month at 2pm.
The meeting on January 14 will be dedicated to collecting war memories.
To contact the group ring chairman Mrs Ann Denham on 01484 425708 or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information on the group see www.friendsoftolson.org.uk/