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I've spoken to Emily Slough, who organised the breastfeeding event in Rugeley, who said between 600 and 1,000 people turned up to support it.
"I'm really pleased, the support has been great," she said.
"It's no longer about the individual who did it [posted the photo on Facebook], it's about making mums feel comfortable and not ashamed of doing it."
It'll stay sunny and warm this afternoon, with highs reaching 16C (61F).
BBC Travel News says there's queuing traffic on the M42 northbound between J9, M6 Toll (Curdworth) and J10, A5 (Tamworth) because of an accident earlier.
Can Wolves make it 10 wins in a row as they take on Shrewsbury?
Full commentary is live on BBC WM DAB digital radio, plus reports on 95.6 from 14:00.
As a mass breastfeeding event is held in Rugeley a number of other events have popped up across the country.
I've spoken to Kendal Chalk who's organised a breastfeeding "nurse-in" in York.
"It's in support of Emily Slough in particular, but also all women who choose to breastfeed in public.
"York is a very supportive city, but it should be like that everywhere."
Mark Davis tweets: Great to see so many people in Rugeley supporting the most natural thing #rugeleymassfeed
Aston Villa's on-loan left-back Ryan Bertrand is ineligible for the visit of his parent club Chelsea.
Joe Bennett or Antonio Luna are likely to deputise, although manager Paul Lambert may opt to recall Ciaran Clark as one of three central defenders. Kick-off is at 17:30.
A Black Country woman is trying to solve a Great War mystery which was uncovered in a back garden in Netherton.
A Victory medal belonging to Private Andrew Harris was uncovered in the early 1960s in the garden in Greaves Road. Now the daughter of the woman who found it is trying to find the family of Private Harris to give it back.
She's been searching records and databases and says Private Harris was born in 1896 and was married to a woman called Ethyline Raybould.
A combined local authority to represent towns and cities across the West Midlands has moved a step closer after the leader of Wolverhampton City Council told MPs that work to create a regional body could begin this year.
I'm in Rugeley as mums gather in the town centre for a mass breastfeeding event.
Hundreds of people have gathered to show their support.
Captain Sam Ricketts is the only injury worry for League One leaders Wolves as they look to extend their club-record winning run to 10 matches.
Ricketts picked up a quad strain in the 4-1 victory at Swindon on Tuesday, but is expected to be fit to play. The match is due to kick-off at 15:00.
At 12:05 we'll have the latest on West Bromwich Albion who have sacked striker Nicolas Anelka and a preview of the Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter.
In the news at 12:00 with Nicole Pullman:
More than 1,000 people are expected to attend a breastfeeding protest organised by a Staffordshire mother who was labelled a "tramp" after she fed her baby in public. You can read the full story on the BBC News website.
Midfielder Sam Mantom is available again for Walsall, having completed a three-match ban after getting sent off for a high tackle at Preston.
Dean Holden (knee) is still missing as he works his way back to full fitness. Kick-off at 15:00.
They once made up 4% of Birmingham's population and were its biggest minority group, but official figures say the number of Irish people in the city has declined.
Yet 80,000 people are expected to attend the city's annual St Patrick's Day parade - believed to be the third biggest in the world after New York and Dublin - on Sunday. Are the Birmingham Irish really disappearing? Or has the definition simply changed?
Four men have been arrested in Tipton following a drugs raid earlier this morning, police say.
Class A and B drugs with a street value of £3,000 were found at Triple S Bar on Bradleys Lane.
West Midlands Police says the bar has now been closed and its license is under review.
A woman who was called a "tramp" on Facebook for breastfeeding her daughter in public has organised an event in her home town of Rugeley today.
Emily Slough tells BBC WM she'll be holding a "peaceful protest" to raise awareness for new mums.
She adds: "It's been really nice that the local council is supporting us. It should be a really nice relaxed atmosphere and a really good day. We've got people travelling from a really long way to be there so it should be a good day."
Birmingham have no fresh injury worries ahead of kick-off at 15:00. On-loan Manchester City midfielder Albert Rusnak is an option after returning from a groin injury.
Callum Reilly (knee) is back in training but will miss out.
I'm about to head to Rugeley town centre to film the mass breastfeeding event which is due to start at midday.
It's been organised by Emily Slough who started a campaign after she was photographed feeding her daughter by a member of the public.
BBC Weather tweets: A snapshot of the weekend forecast. Temps today could hit 17-19C (SE.Wales/SW.Mids). Sunday:18-20C (E.Ang/SE.Eng) MT
Could recent economic success and a claim to second city status see a rebrand of the West Midlands? Read more on my blog.
West Bromwich Albion will be without injured quintet Chris Brunt, Steven Reid, Claudio Yacob, Diego Lugano and Billy Jones.
Striker Nicolas Anelka has left the club with immediate effect. The match is due to kick-off at 15:00.
Mobile phones, cash, debit cards and number plates have been stolen from fans at West Midland football grounds, figures showed today.
The top three news stories on BBC WM with Nicole Pullman at 09:00 are:
A breastfeeding protest is taking place in Rugeley today which has been organised by a woman who was labelled a tramp for breastfeeding her baby in the street.
A photo of Emily Slough feeding her eight-month-old daughter was put on Facebook with an insulting caption.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather in the town later.
West Brom are sacking Nicolas Anelka for gross misconduct after the striker announced he was quitting the club.
Anelka wrote on social media he was leaving with "immediate effect" after failing to reconcile differences with Albion over his 'quenelle' gesture after scoring against West Ham in December. The club is sacking him for his conduct that day and his social media outburst.
There'll be some low cloud in places first thing this morning, especially towards the north.
But it will brighten up for most through the day, with lengthy spells of afternoon sunshine. Breezier than recent days, but pleasantly warm with any shelter. Highs of 16C (61F).
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