Thousands of people are expected to attend or even take part in big mela events across the Midlands over the summer.
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Thousands of passport workers are striking today as the Summer holidays get underway.
They have taken the action in a bid to end staffing shortages which have caused an ongoing backlog crisis, with holiday-goers left waiting for their renewed passports.
It could affect holiday plans for families across the Midlands.
– Public and Commercial Services union
A new recruitment drive is underway but many of the posts being advertised are not permanent jobs and are only likely to replace 8% of staff needed. The Passport Office has cut hundreds of staff since 2010 but the agency only agreed to meet the union to seriously discuss jobs after recent media and political scrutiny.
Confirmed that the Bridge is now fully open M6SB.
J17/16 M6SB - The Bridge Inspector is on scene and will advise when it is safe to pass.
There are 1 and a half hour delays on the M6 southbound following reports of a piece of an unsafe bridge falling onto the road.
It's affecting traffic between junctions 19 and 18 after the road was shut earlier this morning.
It's expected to re-open from 10.30am.
Part of the M6 remains shut this morning following reports that a piece of an unsafe bridge collapsed onto the motorway.
It happened between J17 and 16 on the Southbound carriageway.
The bridge is between Manor Rd and Reynolds Lane, near to Sandbach services.
Viewers have been sending in their photos of this weekends wild weather.
A combination of sunny spells and severe storms made up the conditions across the Midlands.
The BT Tower in Birmingham was hit by lightning and a petrol station roof collapsed in Leicestershire following the torrential weather.
Here are just a few of the moments you captured on camera...
To see if your area is one of these at risk from rising waters, click here.
Health experts are warning that people could begin to suffer from exhaustion as temperatures across the Midlands continue to rise.
Despite lightning overnight, a heatwave is expected later today.
This mornings fire strike across the Midlands has now concluded.
Firefighters walked out for two hours between the hours of 6am and 8am as the row with Government over pay and conditions continues.
18th July Strike Action is now over and normal fire cover has resumed across Herefordshire and Worcestershire
People are being warned to look after the vulnerable as temperatures in our region could rise to more than 30 degrees over the next couple of days.
It comes after the The Met Office issued a heatwave alert for the East Midlands.
The advice is to drink plenty of water and keep out of the sun.