After a massive fire five years ago, St. Barnabas church in Erdington is reopening today with a special rededication service.
Hidden gems steeped in history in Midlands are unlocking their doors for four days to share their secrets and treasures of the past.
Cheadle in North Staffordshire is celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of Britain's most famous architects, Pugin.
A church destroyed by a fire has been restored after a huge fundraising effort. More than five million pounds was spent on the 18th century building in Birmingham.
St Barnabas church in Erdington, Birmingham, reopens today after it was destroyed by a fire five years ago. A special rededication service is taking place this afternoon.
Here is our report from the time of the fire.
There is a celebration of Nottingham's lace making heritage this weekend which will include access to an archive of tens of thousands of items of lace.
It's a chance to see the UK's biggest collection of machine-made lace. Events runs until February next year, including an exhibition of new work from students inspired by the lace archive.
The Midlands stately home left in its original state, one of decline.
England's towns, villages and countryside reveal their hidden secrets this week, with over 4,000 properties opening up for Heritage Open Days. Tonight, its Nottingham's turn.
This weekend heritage sites around the region are opening their doors to the public. This week, we are visiting a number of those hidden gems. Tonight Gareth Owen is at the Singers Hill Synagogue.
This week is Heritage Open Week with some of the most historic buildings in England being opened to the public. To celebrate we are looking at some of the Midland's most celebrated buildings. Today we explore AWN Pugin's best work.
Born in 1st March 1812 AWN Pugin is best known nationally for his work in the Houses of Parliament, but Cheadle in Staffordshire is nationally recognised as "Pugin land" for its 14 buildings designed by him including 'Pugin's Gem' St Giles, Cheadle.