The daughter of an elderly resident affected by the possible closure of care homes in County Durham is appealing for councillors to leave things as they are.
Pauline Robinson says she'd fear for her ninety three year old mother's health if she was forced to move.
The council is starting a three month consultation over proposals for the future of its five remaining care homes in a bid to save money. Watch Claire Montgomery's report.
Five care homes are under review in County Durham, as the council looks at making cuts totalling £222m.
They are: Newtown House in Stanhope, Cheveley House, in Belmont; Feryemount, in Ferryhill; Grampian House, in Peterlee; and Mendip House, in Chester-le-Street.
The budget cuts are £20m more than Durham County Council originally expected.
Families of elderly residents living in County Durham care homes say they're concerned about their future, because of council budget cuts.
The county council's remaining five homes are under review in light of bigger-than-expected budget cuts.