IT is going to cost more to enjoy yourself in Huddersfield.
It is planned to raise the cost of sports and leisure facilities across the Kirklees Council district from the beginning of April.
The move means it will cost more to play football, to swim, to visit museums or to hire a public hall for meetings or parties.
The council says the price rises are about 3% on average, although some will not rise at all.
But prices for other services run by the council's leisure services are to increase by more than 4%.
The cost of bereavement services are to go up.
Charges at Huddersfield Crematorium will rise from £300 to £320.
Details of all the proposed charges come in a hefty report which will be submitted to the council's ruling Cabinet on Wednesday.
Mr Colin Green, assistant head of culture and leisure services, said the proposed new fees would come into force on April 1.
He said Kirklees Active Leisure Trust - the council's partner in providing sports and leisure management - was responsible for determining charges for the services it provides.
Mr Green said KAL worked in liaison with Kirklees, using a funding agreement between both parties. He added: "The increases proposed by KAL are broadly in line with inflation.
"They are designed to generate an overall 3% increase in income and assume that projected customer levels are maintained.
"Bar and catering prices remain unchanged," said Mr Green.
He said the plans to raise prices for funeral services had followed talks with faith leaders and funeral directors.
Some of the rises are:
* Swimming: Proposed price £1.65 per hour (now £1.60).
* Sauna: £4.45 (£4.30)
* Football pitch per season: £444 (£430)
* Museum visit: £1.45 (£1.40)
* Room hire at Huddersfield Town Hall: £20 (£16.50).