A memorial slab will be laid today in memory of 20-year-old football coach Antoin Akpom, who was stabbed to death in Leicester last year.
Jack Dromey, MP for Erdington in Birmingham, has told ITV News Central that youth services help to rebuild lives and build up people's confidence.
He was speaking at a rally in Victoria Square today, which was supporting local youth clubs and youth services across the West Midlands.
Don't forget to turn back your clocks one hour at 2.00 am on Sunday.
The Royal British Legion has begun using the new slogan 'Live On', in order to promote the work that they do for remembrance day, and the welfare of families.
As Remembrance Sunday draws closer, people are being encouraged to wear their poppies with pride as a symbol of remembrance.
Antoin Akpom's mother says she's planning to set up a foundation to help young people, in memory of her son, who was stabbed in Leicester last year.
Cheryl Armatrading told ITV News Central that Antoin was a mentor to teenagers and campaigned against violence.
The foundation, AAA 4 Success, will be launched next week to help youngsters realise their full potential.
- West Brom 2 -2 Crystal Palace
- Leicester City - Swansea (17:30)
- Southampton 1 - 0 Stoke
- Nottingham Forest 1 - 3 Blackburn
- Derby 1 - 2 Wigan
- Birmingham City 0 - 8 Bournemouth
- Leeds 1 - 2 Wolves
- Peterborough 2 -3 Coventry
- Scunthorpe 0 -1 Notts County
- Walsall 1 - 0 Chesterfield
- Port Vale 3 - 0 Leyton Orient
- Burton Albion 0 - 1 Stevenage
- Northampton 0 -1 Luton
- Mansfield 1 - 1 York
- Cheltenham 0 -3 Plymouth
- Shrewsbury 2 - 1 Portsmouth
Max, the Yorkshire terrier from Walsall, clearly fancies his chances on the X Factor!
His owner first realised his dogs 'potential' when he started to play a harmonica and Max began singing along (or howling in disgust but we like to think its the first one!)
Margaret Allen told ITV News Central that she attended the special service at the National Memorial Arboretum to lay a poppy in remembrance of her husband who died in the Falklands War.
Tony Matthews, from the Royal British Legion, also said that it is important to remember every man and woman who has given service to the country, not just the armed forces.