Are you going to, or through, Calais? Well, things have been a bit tricky down there, thanks to a spate of protests.
The possibility of more disruption to cross-Channel services, thanks to industrial action, is likely, so we're going to compile all the information you need, should you get caught up in it, or would like to prepare yourself if you're travelling to France.
Firstly, you should get in touch with your travel operator and see what they say about any journeys you've booked. The same goes for those travelling across the channel from Dover/Folkestone to the Port of Calais.
Should you require an exchange for your travel tickets, contact your operator. Visit the ABTA site if you want to brush up on your rights first.
If you're planning on an alternative route, you might want to look at this map, which shows you other ways into France.
Are you already in France and need some emergency assistance? The French emergency services are contacted by dialling 112. If you'd prefer to deal with the British Embassy, call 00 33 (0)1 44 51 31 00.
Here are the contacts for some of the cross-channel operators.
P&O Ferries: +44 (0) 800 13 0030