A eleven year old boy will be leading a rally in honour of sacked Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri tonight.
Jack Stephens from Knighton in Leicester was left in tears after the Italian was controversially fired last week just nine months after leading the Foxes to the Premier League title.
But the young fan decided the best way to get over his disappointment was to organise a march in the city to thank Ranieri for what he's done for his beloved club. His older sisters have helped him promote the event on social media.
Jack is hoping hundreds of people will join him and his family for the march from the Clock Tower to the Kingpower Stadium ahead of Leicester's league game against Liverpool this evening.
He's keen to emphasise that the rally is not a protest at Ranieri's sacking, but a chance for fans to show their gratitude towards the man he's called "the greatest manager Leicester City ever had".
A 250,000 year old Woolly Rhino skull has been found in Cambrdigeshire.
It was discovered on a building site near March but the exact location is being kept secret.
It is currently sat in a lab at Fossils Galore in March waiting to be cleaned and preserved.
The animals lived in the Fens a quarter of a million years ago.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Nottingham today as soldiers, who are based in Nottinghamshire, marched through the city. It was a special honour because they were awarded the Freedom of the City last year. Rajiv Popat was there.
Lt. Col. David Jones tells Central News why he thinks the soldiers parade like the one seen in Nottingham city centre today are important.
100 soldiers set off for a march through Nottingham city centre
The band prepares to lead the soldiers march through the streets of Nottingham. They are due to start at noon from St Mary's Church in the Lace Market.
Around 100 soldiers are preparing to march through the streets of Nottingham after being given the Freedom of the City