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Celebrity football teams took to the pitch at St. Andrew's today to honour Harry Moseley.
The 11-year-old died from cancer in 2011 after raising more than £1million for charity by making and selling bracelets.
The final score was 12-2 to Harry's Heroes.
The Chief Executive of Coventry City says the club has left the Ricoh Arena and a new stadium will be built in the city, which will take around three years to complete.
After a long running row over unpaid rent, Tim Fisher released a statement saying a groundshare deal is being drawn up while Coventry's new home is built.
Michael Orton from the Sky Blues Trust, doesn't welcome today's statement from the club.
Cloud thins and breaks overnight across the Central region to allow mist and fog patches to form. It will stay dry and will feel mild, with mist and fog clearing tomorrow morning.
Sun is most likely on Sunday morning through the N Midlands, cloud building later, but still random glimmers of brightness. Feeling warm, highs 16c 61f to 18c 64f.
A model of King Richard III, whose remains were found in Leicester, went on show today.
It was created after archaeologists discovered his body in a car park. Today was the first chance for members of the public to see the model.
The makers of halal lamb burgers at the centre of a contamination scare in Leicester schools, say new tests show their products were completely pork free.
Paragon Quality Foods – based near Doncaster – say their reputation has been 'unfairly damaged' by the results of the tests carried out on behalf of Leicester City Council.
Their burgers were withdrawn from 24 schools in the city as a precaution earlier this month.
Mayor of Leicester, Peter Soulsby, said the council wil do additional tests.