Dozens of servicemen from Horsforth who gave their lives in the First World War are to finally have their names added to the town's war memorial.
Local historians and volunteers from Horsforth Museum have worked on a six-year project to research those missing from the memorial.
The 46 names they discovered will be added on a plaque to be unveiled in November.
The project was led by local historian Mark Saville.
The war memorial - a stone's throw from the museum - already bears the names of more than 200 people who hailed from Horsforth and died in the Great War. Experts think the post-war rush to return to normal life, along with families moving away from the area, led to some omissions.
Piecing together research from graveyards to websites Mr Saville spent six years documenting Horsforth's role in history. His work revealed 46 fallen soldiers whose names had been missed off the town's memorial.
Among them was Percy Tuke. He was killed in the second battle of the Somme in March 1918. Research by his relatives led them to his place of birth.
Local historians now hoping that with the unveiling of the new plaque this November, more relatives will come forward to tell the stories of their ancestors and the place they now occupy in Horsforth's history.
You can watch a full video report by Sally Simpson below: