Statement from West Yorkshire Combined Authority following the Manchester Arena attack.
Speaking about Monday night�s concert attack in Manchester, Ben Still, Managing Director of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, said:
�On behalf of the Combined Authority and our City Region partners, I send our deepest condolences to everyone who was affected by Monday night�s terrible events, including the people of Manchester and also individuals and families from our own City Region.
�We stand in solidarity with all of them and will provide whatever support we can to our friends, neighbours and colleagues in the days and weeks ahead.
�While everyone will be saddened by these events, I am sure they will also have been heartened by the stories about acts of humanity and bravery - some of them by people from our own City Region - that have emerged.
�We will continue to share contact information, updates and travel information so that anyone affected by this attack can find the support they need.��
The Emergency Contact number for those concerned about loved ones provided by Greater Manchester Police is 0161 856 9400.�
The latest updates on travel between West Yorkshire and Manchester are available from www.wymetro.com (new tab)�and @MetroTravelNews (new tab)
Calderdale Council has a book of condolence for people�to pay respect to the Manchester attack victims,�at Halifax Town Hall, which is open weekdays from 9am to 6pm.�
Leeds City Council has placed a book of condolence at the Portland Crescent entrance of the Civic Hall.�
People can also sign Manchester Council's online condolence book for the victims of the attack (new tab).