VILLAGERS outraged at plans for a phone mast will find out if they have won their battle tomorrow.
More than 240 people living in Scholes, near Holmfirth, have written to Kirklees Council to voice their fears about the 18ft T-Mobile mast.
Councillors meeting in Huddersfield Town Hall tomorrow will decide whether the mast should get the go-ahead.
But the odds are stacked against the protesters after planning officers recommended that council- lors agree to the mast at Lea Mills in St George's Road.
Campaigner Peter Murray, of Whitewells Gardens,
is expecting the worst. He said: "I am not confident, but we will put up a fight.
"This is not a suitable site for a mast. It will be an eyesore for a lot of people and is only 200 yards from Scholes Junior and Infant School."
Adrian Tye, of Wickenden Gate, just 50 yards from the proposed site, hopes to sell his house, but said he expected trouble doing so if the phone mast went up.