Campaigners in Wiltshire describe it as the biggest cut to library services in the country. Swindon Borough Council says it wants to close 11 of its 15 libraries to save money.
Swindon Borough Council says it needs to focus its budget on looking after elderly and vulnerable people.
But library users in the town are furious and say they will now fight to keep them open.
Park Library in Swindon is one of the 11 due to close. It isn't just about borrowing books but provides Internet access, photocopying, audiobooks and even a knitting circle, which for some people in the community is their only activity.
Sara Slack's been using the library for half a century - now she's fighting to keep it open.
Many other councils have looked to close libraries, but campaigners say by proposing to cut 75% - Swindon is going further than any other.
They have begun a petition in a bid to try to save them - and believe they have a case.