Police in Nottinghamshire have told shopkeepers that they are backing any decision not to sell flour or eggs to people under 16 during Halloween.
The force has given out posters for businesses to put on show to advise their customers.
It has been done in the run up to Halloween, a time when some can take the trick or treat fun too far.
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Two West Midland areas have been named the least prosperous parts of the UK in a new report examining income and happiness.Read the full story ›
Firefighters have come to the rescue of a bull which had its head stuck in a tree.
Crews from Warwickshire Fire and Rescue received the call just before 11am this morning, and went to Barby Road in Rugby.
It took them just over an hour to free the bull.
As the world eagerly awaits the latest James Bond film "Spectre", we've gone through our archive for our latest Midlands Memories look-back to bring you a 1964 clip for all Bond film and motoring enthusiasts - the Aston Martin DB5 car from "Goldfinger".
'Doc Brown' has recorded an inspirational message about the future to mark 'Back to the Future Day'.Read the full story ›
The latest Historic England's "Heritage at Risk Register" is out, and there are a number of sites across the East Midlands getting a slice of nearly a million pounds of grant money for improvements. Tune into ITV News Central at 6pm in the East Midlands for a full report on this.
So for the latest of ITV News Central's "Midlands Memories" online archive series, take a look at this short video below from the 1970's, and the campaign to save Leicestershire's heritage and "quaint and unusual road names" of the time - recognise any ?
The National Space Centre in Leicester will host a special event to mark a significant date for all fans of the Back to the Future trilogyRead the full story ›
Here's what you need to know about the half marathon in the city.Read the full story ›
Birmingham has won gold in the Large City category of the Royal Horticultural Society's Britain in Bloom competition.Read the full story ›
The blue plate, which reads "this is getting far too silly", was unveiled at the former school of comedian, Graham Chapman, in 1999.Read the full story ›