The Sub-Dean of Leicester Cathedral has confirmed that Her Majesty the Queen will be attending the Maundy Service at Leicester Cathedral on April 13.
Canon Alison Adams said:
Her Majesty The Queen visited us at the start of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations and we are proud to welcome her back.
This will be a great celebration of faithful service to the community from both the City and County of Leicester.
It will be his sixth visit to the city in the last four years.Read the full story ›
A Muslim woman who became a coach in men's football has been awarded the British Empire Medal.
Annie Zaidi from Coventry faced sexism and racism when she first started coaching but carried on despite the criticism.
She told ITV Central, when she got the letter announcing her B.E.M she thought it was a hoax and phoned the Cabinet Office to confirm it was true.
Marcia visits Midlands schools, speaking to youngsters about gun violence, after her 17-year-old daughter was shot dead in 2003.Read the full story ›
Paralympian Lee Pearson has won 11 gold medals over five Paralympic games, making him one of the country's most experienced athletes.Read the full story ›
Janice Connolly, also known as comedy character Mrs Barbara Nice, has been awarded a British Empire Medal for services to Community Arts.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge has made his first official visit to Derby today.
A crowd gathered outside the Padley Development Centre in Derby during his visit hoping to catch a glimpse of him.
The Duke of Cambridge is given a tour by managing director Richard Hunter during a visit to Bombardier Transportation in Derby.
Prince William met volunteers and clients of the Padley Development Centre, one of Derby's longest established charities.
He got stuck into activities at the centre, helping to make Christmas decorations and a rainmaker instrument.
The Duke also got the chance to test drive a train during an inspection of the Crossrail carriage assembly lines.
The Duke of Cambridge visits the one of the city's longest established charities.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry led the nation in remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire as many across our region also fell silent.Read the full story ›