The protest group which has battled to keep services at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch has decided to call it a day.
The Save the Alex Campaign have been urging members of the public to keep fighting for the future of the hospital for the past 11 years.
On a statement on the group's Facebook page, they say that "while their supporters are dedicated and loyal, the wider public are tired of fighting."
The group say there is very little appetite to continue campaigning and chairman Neal Stote says it's now time to get his life back.
They feel they've "exhausted all other options" to bring about change and that "continuing would do more harm than good."
They believe they've argued their case at the highest levels, as well as having had the backing of three local authorities, but it hasn't helped achieve the result they wanted.
The original reason for starting the campaign, which was to reject any idea of the maternity and accident and emergency being downgraded, they say has now gone.
Their social media page will continue and certain individuals say they they will attend public meetings but there will be no more "active or organised campaigning."