People in Plymouth are being given a chance to have a selfie with legendary TV puppet Gus Honeybun.
GET TO KNOW GUS
Gus Honeybun was the station mascot for Westward Television and Television South West from 1961 to 1992
He achieved a longevity for a TV puppet second only to Sooty
His full name is Augustus Jeremiah Honeybun - as given to him by some continuity announcers
There were four different Gus Honeybun puppets
Someone was employed specially to create his wardrobe
Legend has it he was supposedly found under a gorse bush on Dartmoor in 1961 by the founders of Westward Television
The legendary mascot is now supporting National Archive Week.
Fans can pop into Taylor Maxwell House all this week and find out more about Plymouth History Centre at the same time.
And after snapping a pic with Plymouth's best-known puppet, you could have the chance to win prizes:
Share your selfie with the Plymouth History Centre Love Our Past Facebook page
Or, enter on Twitter using the hashtag #LoveOurGus
The aim of National Archive Week is to raise awareness of archives, their value to society and the impact they have every day on individual lives.
It is also an opportunity to celebrate the wonderful things held in archives, and discover stories, facts and places, and people at the heart of your community.