Residents from a Herefordshire village are protesting over plans to relocate a cattle market to their area.
The village of Burghill is one of six locations being considered for Hereford Cattle Market.
Residents are demonstrating in the area of High Town in Hereford on Saturday in as part of a campaign to prevent the market from being moved to Burghill.
Herefordshire Council said the existing site is "outdated" and "inadequate for a modern livestock market".
A parliamentary bill allowing the council to move the historic market out of the city centre received Royal Assent in October 2003.
The permission to relocate was needed because of an ancient charter which decreed the market must be held within the city boundaries.
The charter, granted in 1597 and subject to a subsequent local act of 1854, tied the market to the city.