THE cost of bicycle training for children, running an ice cream van and getting married are all set to increase under council budget plans.

And the price of adult cremations will go up from £875 to £895.

A recent report by research organisation Centre for Cities said City of York Council raised a quarter of the money it spent in 2017/18 from fees and charges - more than any other city in the country.

Under the Conservative and Liberal Democrat budget, which was approved at a full council meeting on Thursday, the charge for a number of services will increase.

The price of a replacement bin will increase by £1, the cost of a combined cycle training course for school children will increase by £1 - to £21 per pupil - and the price of a marriage or civil partnership ceremony at an approved premises will rise by £10.

But the cost of bulky household waste collections of 10 items has been halved from £44 to £22.