A pressure group is urging its 4,800 members to ensure they have their say on a plan to end deadlock over Bath's Recreation Ground.
The deadline for people to comment on the Charity Commission's plan, which will allow Bath Rugby to develop a larger ground at its historic home, is Sunday.
The commission has published details of a land swap which would see the rugby club's former training ground at Lambridge pass into public ownership, in return for the club having more land at The Rec.
The Real Friends of the Rec group says it is vital that its members tell the commission they support the idea after what it calls "15 years of snail-like progress".
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The commission has given people until Sunday to express opinions and raise any new legal points.
Details are on its website at www.charitycommission.gov. uk/Details.aspx?PDFName= 263783, where comments can be left, and in leaflets at public buildings.