STAGE three of the Tour de Yorkshire 2017 will race through Penistone this Sunday, and we've put together a guide to help you get the most out of the day.

Will I be able to park nearby?

The council is encouraging people to avoid unnecessary car journeys on the day and to be aware that parking at hotspot venues will be limited. 

Can I get to the race using public transport?

Take a look at the public transport timetable for race day and plan your journey with Travel South Yorkshire (TSY).

However, the following bus services will be suspended between 3pm and 6pm:

21A Barnsley – Millhouse Green

24A Barnsley – Penistone

29 Chapeltown – Penistone

Expected arriving times*:

Millhouse 4.06pm

Thurlstone 4.07pm

Penistone 4.09pm

Oxspring 4.14pm

Thurgoland 4.17pm

Wortley 4.21pm

Green Moor 4.27pm

Underbank 4.32pm (loop)

Mortimer Road 4.55pm

Underbank 4.58pm (loop)

*These timings are subject to the speed of riders and could vary by approximately 30 minutes.

Road closures:

Full road closures from 6am to 6pm:

Mortimer Road

Oxspring Road - junction A616

Underbank Lane

Thurgoland Bank

Bower Hill junction – Halifax Road

Roper House Lane

Roper Lane

Cote Lane

Sportive closures from 6am to 11am:

Chapel Lane

Hartcliffe Road

Grudgeby Lane

Dyson Cote Lane Hartcliffe Hill Road

Cross Lane

Sike Lane

Schole Hill Lane

Don Hill Height

Back Lane

Brockholes Lane

Doubting Lane

Judd Field Lane

Penistone town centre closures from 12noon to 6pm (Road closures are subject to spectator numbers):

St Marys Street

Market Place

Shrewsbury Road

Market Street

High Street

Church Street

Sheffield Road

Is there anything else to do on the day?

There’s a variety of entertainment that’s been planned, including live music, family entertainment and food stalls.