Locals from Langholm want to celebrate the life of Neil Armstrong with a series of events this summer.
In 1972 the first man on the moon visited Langholm to trace his Scottish ancestry.
If you met him that day - and would like to share your memories - the good folk at the town hall would like to hear from you.
Jenny Longden has this report:
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