TWO hundred people went to a final meeting to discuss plans for a windfarm in Denby Dale.
Anti-wind turbine protesters Residents Against Windfarms (Raw) organised the meeting at Scissett Middle School.
Kirklees councillors and planning and environmental officials were also there.
Audrey Booth, of Clayton West, a member of Raw's committee, said: "We feel we have done our best over the past few months to raise the profile of the issue.
"People will now have to make up their own minds."
Danish energy firm Alpha Wind has lodged an application for a windfarm after tests at the site.
Two turbines - each 410ft high - will be built at Pool Hill, Kitchenroyd, if Kirklees Council gives the go-ahead.
The plans are to go before a planning committee on January 5. Several members of Raw plan to speak at the meeting.
Campaigners are against the windfarm plans because of noise and visual pollution.
But Mrs Booth said the Scissett meeting had also suggested that the windfarm would interrupt television transmission.
Wakefield MP Mary Creagh said: "I support more use of renewable energy, but it should not be at the cost of local residents' wellbeing.
"The sheer size of the turbines and their nearness to people's homes makes them unsuitable for this location."