Hundreds of protesters have gathered in Leicester to campaign against the planned closure of a heart centre at Glenfield Hospital.
Families who've had loved ones treated there say the plans are ill-thought out.
Our reporter Rajiv Popat is live as a public meeting into the future of the centre gets underway.
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Campaigners fighting to save the East Midlands Congenital Heart centre at Glenfield Hospital are protesting ahead of a public meeting tonight (9 March).
Patients and their families say the 96 seats available are 'totally inadequate' for the number who want to attend.
But the Trust say the event is one of a number of opportunities for people to get more information about the plans and answers any questions they may have.
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