Paramedics in Derbyshire will protest tonight over proposals to reduce the number of ambulance stations across the county.
A report published on Monday by East Midlands Ambulance Service suggests there will be four main depots in Derbyshire.
The final decision will be made next week.
Residents living in the East Midlands have until the end of today to have their say on the future of ambulance services in the region.
Proposals include closing 66 ambulance stations and replacing them with 13 purpose-built 'superhubs' and 128 community ambulance posts.
It's hoped these changes will help improve response times and make the service more efficient and effective.