Langholm is celebrating its links to the first man on the moon. Neil Armstrong's ancestors hailed from the town and he visited in 1972.
A new exhibition explores his life story and may even inspire a new generation.
Hannah McNulty reports:
Hayden Goodfellow is a student studying astrophysics at St Andrews University and is working at the Neil Armstrong exhibition throughout June:
Langholm is celebrating the life of Neil Armstrong through a series of special events being held in June.
The 'From Moon to Muckle Toon' exhibition is being displayed in Langholm Town Hall and showcases the moon landing and Armstrong's visit to the town.
The town of Langholm in Dumfriesshire claimed the astronaut as one of its own and made him a Freeman in 1972 to commemorate his moon landing, which took place three years earlier.