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Glimpse into Nottingham's lace heritage

There is a celebration of Nottingham's lace making heritage this weekend Credit: ITV Central

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.

A chance to see the UK's biggest collection of machine-made lace Credit: ITV Central

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A look inside 'Pugin land'

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.

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