CEREAL giant Kellogg's are looking for memorabilia and stories as it celebrates and say farewell to its historic Talbot Road Headquarters.

After 30 years, it will close its doors and will be moving to its new headquarters in MediaCityUK.

Archivists from the Kellogg’s Battle Creek, USA offices will be coming to the UK at the end of the month to capture its Manchester history for the company archives.

Kellogg’s Talbot Road site was designed and built especially for Kellogg’s, and opened its doors in November 1990.

In January, all 420 employees will be moving to Orange Tower at MediaCityUK where they will share share the building with Salford University and ITV.

One thing it will not be taking though is its colony of 100,000 honey bees.

Since 2014, the bees have lived in four bee-hives within the grounds producing Kellogg’s Talbot Road Honey – this year they bees have produced 160kg.

Now unable to take the colony to MediaCityUK the Kellogg’s bees have now been rehomed on the Trafford Park factory site.

Dave Lawlor, Kellogg’s UK and Ireland Managing Director, said the site has served them well over almost three decades.

He said: “But now it’s time to move on to an office and location which better reflects where we want to take our business in the future. "MediaCityUK offers our employees outstanding facilities and transport links, while allowing us to create a totally new and upgraded work environment from a blank sheet of paper.”

Leader of Trafford Council, Cllr Sean Anstee, said: “Trafford is proud to have a long history with Kellogg’s who have been based in here since the 1930s. Whilst back office functions are moving out of borough, we are pleased that the manufacturing plant remains in Trafford Park."

Kellogg’s has appointed workplace specialist TSK to create its new UK headquarters in Salford.

If any readers have some Kellogg's memorabilia they would like to have archived such as old photographs, packaging, letters or stories they would like to share, they are asked to get in touch.

Contact Emma at pressoffice@kellogg.com with your memories before October 20 for the chance to be part of the archive and to share you piece of Talbot Road history.

All contributions will be documented accordingly for the USA and shared as part of the ‘Farewell Talbot Road’ exhibition on site in December.