Mosques around the region are opening their doors to the public this weekend in a bid to breakdown stereotypes about the Muslim faith.Read the full story ›
Members of the Sikh community across our region are celebrating the 350 years since their religion was given its identity.
The festivities mark the birthday of one of the founding fathers of the Sikhism.
Chloe Keedy went to a temple in Peterborough where celebrations are in full swing.
Celebrations are due to begin in Leicester for one of the most important festivals in the Jewish calendar.Read the full story ›
Nottingham's Karimia Mosque and Institute have signed a pledge of support for the armed forces community.Read the full story ›
Lincoln Cathedral is set to be awarded funding in the final round of the First World War’s Centenary Commemoration Fund.Read the full story ›
Nagar Kirtan is one of the biggest celebrations in the religion's calendar.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people celebrated Diwali in Leicester last night with a spectacular firework display in the skies above the Golden Mile.
It marked the end of a day of celebrations which attracts thousands of people from across the region.
The chairman of a mosque in Peterborough has invited gymnast Louis Smith to observe prayers in a bid to educate him about the Muslim religion.
Abdul Choudhuri from the Faizan-e-Madina Mosque in the city has taken the step after a video emerged of Smith appearing to mock Islam.
Smith has since apologised for his actions, and Mr Choudhuri has called on him to be forgiven.
"We have no objection if he asks for forgiveness," Mr Choudhuri said.
"He should come to the mosque and learn what Islam is all about.
"We want to make him aware and understand the religion of Islam. He is a role model and we hope that by learning about Islam, he will be a better person."
Peterborough gymnast Louis Smith said he's "deeply sorry" after a video surfaced of him and a friend appearing to mock Islam.Read the full story ›
Birmingham-based Jagjit Singh of the "Zero Hunger with Langar" project, explains what Langar Week is about, for ITV News Central.Read the full story ›