Cambridgeshire County Council considers £149m cuts plan
Plans for about £149m of savings over the next five years are to go before councillors in Cambridgeshire.
On Tuesday, the Conservative group on the council - which is the largest party - will ask members to back its £750m budget for 2014-15.
The plans include closing the Cromwell Museum in Huntingdon, which the council says costs £30,000 a year to run.
Since consultation on its budget plans in January, the council has decided to put an extra £500,000 into transport.
The council's £751.6m draft budget for 2014-15 includes savings of about £38m, with more planned in the budgets up to 2018.
The measures include £32m of cuts to children, family and adult services.
The council said that after listening to the public and opposition groups, the cuts to children's centres would be reduced by £200,000, and cuts to mental health services by £200,000, in order to support these services through a period of transformation.
The Conservative-led administration said it planned to increase council tax by 1.99% "to help protect frontline services".