People worried about the possible loss of Windsor's night time fire service are being offered a second chance to grill the men in charge face to face.
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service has to make savings of £2.4million by April 2020 in the face of Government cuts to its budget.
Among the options for consideration are the removal of night-time cover from Windsor Fire Station, with neighbouring stations providing overnight cover if required.
Such a move would be fiercely resisted as Windsor residents and their Royal Borough councillors fought long and hard to keep a 24 hour fire service in the town - after the RBFRS sold the fire station in St Mark's Road. The council even donated land it owned in Tinkers Lane, so that a more modest fire station could continue in the town.
Surprisingly an earlier 'drop in' session giving people a chance to discuss its possible night closure with fire chiefs attracted few visitors. Now a second has been fixed for Saturday, February 25 at Windsor Library, Bachelors Acre between 10am and 5pm.
All are welcome to come and give their views.
The RBFRS is running a consultation across the county until March 13 at a variety of venues - designed to discuss ways of saving money with members of the public. It wants to hear from people who live, work or travel across Berkshire.