Village residents who set up camp to protest against an illegal gypsy settlement near their homes have clocked up 1000 days of campaigning.
The people of Meriden claim the gypsies want to develop the greenbelt land for housing.
The gypsies have been ordered to leave the site by the end of March, but have until today to appeal one last time to have their case re-heard.
Andy Bevan reports.
Meriden green belt protesters have maintained their vigil to protest against an illegal gypsy site for 1000 days.
Villagers protesting against an illegal gypsy site near Solihull say they won't take down their protest camp.