Gary Barlow is being joined by celebrity friends today as he heads off on a charity drive from Land's End to John O'Groats.
Visits to the Midlands by children from Belarus may come under threat if new government proposals to charge for travel visas go ahead.
Injured serviceman, Phil Packer, is set to arrive at Loughborough College on his 2,012-mile fundraising walk across the UK.
Leicestershire band Kasabian are taking on a Leicester City Foxes Legends team in a football match to raise money for the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust.
Bass player, Chris Edwards, captains Kasabian's all-star team, and Leicester City legend Steve Walsh leads out the Foxes.
The game is the first of the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust Charity Shield games, and is being played at Quorn FC.
The charity was set up in memory of 14-year-old Joe Humphries, who died from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome in October 2012.
Moaning, groaning and hungry for brains, hundreds of blood-thirsty zombies descended on Birmingham city centre this weekend.
The scores of undead lumbered their way from the City Centre Gardens in Cambridge Street, ending at Cathedral Square.
But this was no zombie apocalypse - this was the annual Zombie Walk in aid of Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The popular event has been held every year since 2009 and has so far raised £15,000 for the cause.
Rock band Kasabian are taking part in a charity football match later against a Leicester City Foxes Legend Team.
The game is in support of the Joe Humphries Memorial Trust.
The charity was set up in memory of the 14-year-old boy, who died from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome in October 2012.
Quorn Football Club is hosting the event.
A fraudster who stole more than £200,000 from charities – including Cancer Relief UK in Chesterfield – has been jailed.
Harris Polak, from Liverpool, has admitted fraudulently duping two cancer charities and a cerebral palsy charity out of at least £213,000 whilst fundraising for them.
The 54-year-old has been sentenced to 45 months in prison.
– JUDGE DENIS WATSON QC
The harm to public confidence by this offence is immense. The giving to public causes will suffer because of this.
Local charity and football supporters' club, Punjabi Wolves, are today beginning a bike ride from the Molineux Stadium to Paris, to celebrate 150 years of the 'Football Association'.
Twenty cyclists – and a Punjabi rickshaw with a life size cut-out of Wolves legend Billy Wright – are taking part in the 430 mile trip to the Eiffel Tower, where the group will be treated to a Champagne Reception.
The group will be carrying banners supporting the armed forces and a logo on their kit paying tribute to Drummer Lee Rigby who was killed in Woolwich last month.
Lucy Kite caught up with Michelle Heaton at Ladies Day at the 2013 AEGON Classic Tennis Tournament in Birmingham, where the star talked about her support for the Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer charity, which was founded in the city for locals.
Nottingham's Paralympic champion Richard Whitehead is taking part in a practice run today around the city, ahead of his marathon, a charity challenge in August.
Richard Runs Britain will last 40 days, running from John O'Groats to Land's End.
He will be championed by Virgin Media, in order to raise £1million for Sarcoma UK, Scope and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Richard's run is the latest in a long line of incredible achievements.
Around 5,000 people raised more than £186,000 yesterday by completing the Free Radio Walk for Kids challenge.
The 13 mile circular walk raised the cash for local charities, including Acorns Children’s Hospice, Russells Hall Hospital, Promise Dreams and Hope House Children’s Hospice in Shropshire.
In total, 65,000 miles were walked – that's almost one and a half times around the earth.
The East Midlands could be on the brink of a "youth business boom" according to the Prince's Trust.
The charity which provides money and support to help young people start up in business say a quarter of the region's youngsters believe they'll be self-employed in the future.
Natalie Needham is one of those who's decided to be her own boss. Phil Brewster has been to meet her.
People are being urged to come along to a 30-mile bike ride to raise money for a telephone befriending service which helps socially isolated people in the West Midlands.
Urban Bikes UK and Travel Shropshire are holding the charity cycle in aid of Omega Chatterbox.
Beneficiaries of the Chatterbox service, managed by Shrewsbury-based charity Omega Care For Life, get confidential personal support from volunteers.
The service targets family carers, ex-carers, the bereaved, the socially isolated and people at risk of becoming socially isolated, especially infirm, older people.
The event will take place on June 9 led by riders from Shropshire Council and Urban Bikes UK.