HUNDREDS of Barnsley Council workers' jobs are at risk.
The local authority - which faces having to slash £10.5 million from its annual budget - will see massive redundancies and services cut across the board.
Some children's centres will be closed, the mobile library service will be axed and £2.5m will be cut from children's services.
Those are just some of the money-saving proposals which members of the public are now being asked to comment on and talk about.
The council says it will consult on the budget cuts until January.
The authority has already cut £60m from its budget over the past four years - by 2017 it will have had to save another £28m.
Council chief executive, Diana Terris said: "We are remodelling our whole organisation, by looking at every aspect of what we do, how we do it and how we can do better for less money."