Plans to build a multi-million pound archive and record centre at an old brewery are to go under the spotlight.
Members of the public will be able to air their views on moves to build the Cornwall History Centre and wider brewery site developments at Redruth.
A display will be open at the Cornish Studies Centre in Redruth on November 8, 1pm- 8pm, with presentations of the proposals taking place at 3pm and 6pm.
Cornwall Council is leading the project and will be applying to the Heritage Lottery Fund's national programme in competition with a range of projects across the UK.
Council chiefs want to secure up to £8 million to match their own financial commitment to the project.
According to the council the centre will generate an extra £1.7 million a year for the town.
Joan Symons, portfolio holder for tourism, culture and leisure said: "I would like to welcome and encourage as many people as possible to attend the event, find out more information about the project and share ideas with the project team.
"This is a fantastic opportunity for Cornwall to develop a landmark building to house its own History Centre and to bring about a significant regeneration project in Redruth.
"I hope that as many people as possible will come along and take part in the event."