SOME disruption to travel and leisure services can be expected over the bank holiday weekend.
Buses will be running as normal on Saturday and Sunday but will be operating a Sunday service on Monday.
Trains will also be running as normal over the whole weekend except for between Todmorden and Manchester Victoria, where engineering work will be taking place.
There will be hourly replacement buses on Sunday, and on Monday there will be half-hourly buses, with one calling at Rochdale only and the other calling at all stations.
Refuse and recycling will not be collected on Monday, and all scheduled collections will be one day late for the rest of that week.
Household waste recycling centres will be open Sunday hours on Monday.
Pool and leisure centres will be opening as normal on Saturday and Sunday and Monday opening hours are as follows:
Halifax Pool: 9am to 2pm; Brighouse Pool and Fitness Centre: 9am to 4pm; Elland Pool: 9am to 2pm; Sowerby Bridge Pool and Fitness Centre: 9am to 4pm; Todmorden Sports Centre: 7am to 2pm.
Spring Hall running track will be open from 4pm to 8pm and the Shay stadium will be open from 4pm to 10pm for 5-aside.
North Bridge Leisure Centre will host an antiques fair from 9am to 6pm, and the Ridings Sports Centre will be shut for maintenance until September 1.
All libraries and mobile libraries will be closed on Monday, as will the Smith Art Gallery, Brighouse.
Bankfield Museum, Halifax Visitor Centre and Art Gallery, and Shibden Hall will be open between 10am and 5pm, and Heptonstall Museum will be open 11am to 4pm.