A debate on the future of a dementia care centre in South Yorkshire will take place tonight.
The Labour-led Sheffield City Council proposed the closure of the Bolehill View centre in Crookes, Sheffield, as a cost-cutting measure.
It is earmarked for closure in March 2014.
But opposition councillors have requested a debate, which will take place during the full council meeting tonight.
Cllr Rob Frost, local Liberal Democrat councillor for Crookes, has been campaigning to keep the centre open. He has collected more than 500 signatures.
Sheffield City Council say the money saved by closing the centre would be used for providing care at home.