Campaigners in Warwickshire opposed to a gypsy encampment will push the local council to take action tonight.
Around 50 local residents are expected to attend a meeting in the public gallery at Solihull Council.
They're worried the gypsies won't leave the site in Meriden at the end of March as agreed.
R.A.I.D campaigners (Residents Against Inappropriate Development), want the gypsies to leave the site as planned.
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.