Families and campaigners have made a desperate last ditch attempt to save services at the Friarage Hospital in North Yorkshire.
Today, November 25, is the end of a 12-week-consultation on the future of the children's and maternity units at the hospital in Northallerton.
Doctors say they are too small to be safe or sustainable. But families have travelled from across North Yorkshire to hand in a rescue plan.
Frances Read reports.
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