The Support Stafford Hospital campaign is stepping up a gear again today with BBC Midlands Today planing to broadcast its programme live from the new protest camp this evening.
An outside broadcast team is due to arrive at the site - which has seen more protesters and their tents arriving during the day - at around 5.30pm and the live broadcast starts at 6.30pm.
Protesters moved onto the hospital grounds on Friday to stage a "visible protest" against a planed shake-up of services and to show show support for hospital staff. Campaigners say the dissolution of the Mid Staffs NHS will put lives at risk by moving crucial services, such as maternity, out of Stafford.
Support Stafford Hospital campaigners are planning a summer of protests at the hospital site. More than 30 hardy campaigners protesting at plans to move NHS services out of Stafford braved thunderstorms and soaring temperatures at a protest camp outside the hospital, after around 100 turned out to support the start of the camp on Friday.
They have set up Support Stafford Hospital banners and a giant placard saying "Here to stay - TSA go away". And campaigner Julian Porter said they were considering staying put for the whole summer.