Victims of sexual exploitation in Telford have been asked to share their experiences with the national child abuse inquiry.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) said it would be speaking to the grooming victims as part of its Truth Project.
It is feared that girls as young as 11, often white and working class, were preyed upon in Telford as far back as 1981.
Allegations are said to have been mishandled by authorities in Shropshire town, with many perpetrators going unpunished.
The inquiry aims to make recommendations on how children can be better protected in the future.
The Truth Project offers survivors of child sexual abuse the chance to speak about their experiences and guide policy change.
IICSA said there would be no legal consequences for those participating in the sessions.