A SCIENCE museum is appealing to people in Halton to share their memories of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

Catalyst Science Discovery Centre in Widnes will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this summer with a special selection of people's memories.

The exhibition, along with a short film, will be showcased as a part of a free community event One Small Step, One Giant Celebration on July 20 which will also feature real moon rocks, space inspired activities, a planetarium and an appearance from trainee British astronaut, Dr Jackie Bell.

A spokesperson for Catalyst said: "Where were you when they landed on the moon?

"Did your work, business, family or school do something special to celebrate? How did it make you feel?

"To me, what was so special about the 1969 moon landings was not just that it was an incredible scientific and technological achievement, but how it brought people together across the world.

"People have been in touch with someone amazing stories and collectables, but I'm sure there's much more out there.

"Whether you have a scrapbook, old toys, family photographs, newspapers or unforgettable memories to include in the film about this iconic day, we want to hear from you."

To submit information for this project, email jade@catalyst.co.uk.