An ancient pair of shoes from the time of King William and Queen Mary of England have been uncovered in an attic.Read the full story ›
Mary, Margaret and Georgina were born in 1937 - a surprise to their mother who was only expecting one baby.Read the full story ›
The iconic badges earned by girl guides are being given a makeover designed to help prepare youngsters for the modern world.Read the full story ›
Drayton Manor Park bids farewell to its longest-standing employee, who has worked there for 50 years.Read the full story ›
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We were joined in the studio this afternoon by some very special guests - two of the famous Dancing Grannies.
The three 'grannies' from the Black Country became a world-wide internet hit in 2014 when they busted some uncharacteristically raunchy moves to the latest hits.
The 'elderly' dance troupe are actually friends Sue Hawkins, Jackie Fellows, and Deb Nicholls who met at Dudley College.
The group have become so popular they are even flying out to Bahrain next week to perform at the F1 Grand Prix.
Margaret Smith ran to raise money for cancer charities after losing her partner to the disease earlier this year.Read the full story ›
Britain's longest married couple have revealed how they've managed to stay together after 77 years.Read the full story ›
As the Silverstone Classic gears up for its start in July, ITV Anglia’s Russell Hookey had a sneak preview as to what car lovers can expect.Read the full story ›
Eight-year-old Noah Payne has been praised for putting together parcels of useful items, that a homeless charity will now give out.Read the full story ›