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Tour de Yorkshire 2017: A WAB guide

Monday April 24 2017

The race will pass through Penistone this Sunday (April 30) The race will pass through Penistone this Sunday (April 30)

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.

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Reply Posted by Jean Poole on Tuesday April 25 2017 at 11:54
Great public transport. The trains are on strike and the buses aren't running to the places the race actually goes. Yet another cock up by Barnsley Council!

Reply Posted by John on Tuesday April 25 2017 at 12:13
Erm, the train strikes are Monday not Sunday according to BBC website - wtf does that have to do with the council anyway? I'd imagine the buses are cancelled between those hours as the race is using their route - or should they ride around them?

Reply Posted by rj2 on Tuesday April 25 2017 at 13:31
hasn't the rail strike been cancelled

Reply Posted by r2d2 on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 18:54
Not according to the bbc.

Reply Posted by Jan Stanley on Tuesday April 25 2017 at 21:35
Penistone have 4 music stages, big screen in the market barn, DJ, bike related games, football games, skittles, fairground rides at the Paramount, craft stalls, trade stalls. cafes shops pubs and restaurants are open
BBQs Hog Roasts, real ales. We're having a patty. Come and join in the fun

Reply Posted by Dave Moncreif on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 07:31
Ok i'll come as long as we can add Houghton, Dugher, Jarvis, Miller Linda Burgess to the "be sacrificed list".

Reply Posted by @Dave / Steveo on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 18:52
What the hell are you talking about ?

Reply Posted by Brian on Wednesday April 26 2017 at 21:42
Jan - What type of 'patty' are you having?

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