A WARNING has been issued about multiple fire engines being at a Bradford building in the coming week.
West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service (WYFRS) posted the alert on its Twitter page on Sunday afternoon.
It explained that crews would be carrying out training at Ian Clough Hall, in Baildon on Monday,Wednesday and Saturday next week.
This training will focus specifically on using breathing apparatus.
It will mean multiple WYFRS appliances/vehicles may be in the area over the coming week, specifically on the training days
The tweet from WYFRS said: "Exercise (to be aware of this week), Ian Clough Hall, Baildon BD17 Monday 20th Feb 2023 PM, Wed 22nd Feb PM & Sat 25th Feb PM District Breathing Apparatus training exercises.
"Please do not be alarmed if you see multiple WYFRS appliances/vehicles in the area."
Ian Clough Hall is currently vacant, as Baildon Library left the building last year, finding a temporary home in a former newsagent in Northgate.
The service, and offices of Baildon Town Council, will move into the former Baildon Social Club – located next to Ian Clough Hall, later this year once the building has been converted and refurbished.
The original building was due to be demolished in January but that was postponed due to the unexpected presence of hibernating bats.