A memorial will be unveiled in Newark tomorrow commemorating the anniversary of the Christmas Day Truce of 1914.
The town's under-21s football club travelled to Ypres earlier this year to recreate the First World War match against their German twin town, FC Emmendingen.
With only two sleeps to go until Christmas celebrities have been dropping in to see children in hospital.
Leicester's Sam Bailey has been among those paying a visit to youngsters at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
She spent time chatting to patients and parents, and praised the staff for the work they do.
There are many unsung heroes among the staff at Birmingham Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
Here are some behind the scenes photos of our Christmas broadcast from Birmingham Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
Emma Willis has been back home to Birmingham showing her support for the children's hospital. But why is it a cause that is close to her?Read the full story ›
The parent's of a 7-month-old boy from Clipstone in Nottinghamshire say that this Christmas will be extra special. Find out why...Read the full story ›
We go behind the scenes to see how Birmingham Children's Hospital celebrates Christmas.Read the full story ›
The lights cost £6,000 to put up but the rest of the street donates money to charity in return.Read the full story ›
The dessert is the length of a double-decker bus and took two-weeks to make.Read the full story ›
A third of people in the West Midlands receive unwanted Christmas presents, according to research from Triodos Bank.
The study found 32% get at least one, with 7% saying at least two, and 3% of people said they get three or more.
The average cost of these unwanted gifts per person is £220, with 13% of those who said they were given an unwanted gift saying the value of it was more than £750!