Protesters gathered outside the Library of Birmingham this evening following in opposition to new cuts to the Library's services.
The Library's opening hours have been reduced, meaning it will now be shut on Sundays. Protesters say Birmingham's economy will suffer as a result.
"It's a place for visitors to come to and those visitors are spending money - it's an uneconomic decision to close that library."
Birmingham City Council announced in December it needed to save £1.5 million from the library budget in 2015/16, and by 2018 it's predicted it will be cut by a total of £4million.
The council said it was with a "with a heavy heart" that they had to make the decision to reduce the hours.
The Library of Birmingham's new opening hours:
Monday & Tuesday: 11am - 7pm
Wednesday to Saturday: 11am - 5pm
Last year the Library of Birmingham was the most visited free attraction in the UK outside of London, drawing in nearly 2.5 million visitors.