A meeting is taking place in Abergavenny this evening to discuss the future of the town's historic livestock market.
The market has been in the town centre for around 150 years, and plans to relocate it 10 miles away in Raglan have been met with strong opposition from the Keep Abergavenny's Livestock Market (KALM) group.
Campaigners had hoped a 150-year-old law requiring Monmouthshire County Council to provide a market in the town would save it.
But earlier this year the Welsh Government agreed to the council's request to repeal the law.
The council has already granted planning permission for a supermarket and library on the site.
Tonight's meeting will be used to discuss two planned judicial reviews next month - the first relating to the Welsh Government's decision to repeal the ancient market law, and the second to Monmouthshire County Council granting planning permission for the new facilities.
A council spokesperson said its plans will 'best meet the town's future needs'.
But those against the plans argue the development could have the opposite effect.
Campaigners are also trying to raise money for a legal fight, saying they believe they will need to find around £20,000.