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  1. Mental health patients 'feel abandoned'
  2. New university set to buy council sites
  3. 'World Cup' number plate sells for more than £4,000
  4. Updates from Friday 22 July 2016

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    Live updates have finished for the day but local stores will be added automatically through the evening. 

    We'll be back from 08:00 on Monday with more live news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Your pictures: Fighter refuelled over the Malvern Hills

    The MoD told BBC Hereford & Worcester two F35 jets were being refuelled in mid-air as part of a training exercise.

    This great photo come from marathon and ultra-marathon runner, Rob, aka Eaglesboy.

    Mid air refuelling
  3. 'World Cup win' number plate sells for £4k

    A number plate linked to the last time England won the football World Cup has sold at auction for £4,356.

    "WC66 ENG" was bought by a West Midlands businessman, who wants to remain anonymous - unlike his car. 

    The auction, at Morgan Cars in Malvern, was held by the DVLA. 

    Number plate auction
  4. Brexit one month on: Have your say

    BBC Midlands Today

    If you’re still feeling a little lost and confused about what Britain’s decision to Brexit means for you, you aren’t alone. 

    A month on from the EU Referendum we’re calling in an expert to sort the facts from fiction, looking at what people said would happen and what actually happened and then make a best guess at what is likely to happen as we prepare to leave. 

    We’ve also been interested in hearing from a range of voices from across the West Midlands to find out how Brexit has affected their daily lives – if at all. 

    Today on the programme we meet the Sorge family - a French mum and German dad who weren't allowed to vote but were shocked by Brexit - and Sutton Coldfield window cleaner Roger Needle who wants to leave the EU.

    Sorge family and Roger Needle

    We’d love to hear your thoughts too, so share them with us here on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll try to read as many as we can on the programme tonight.  

  5. Watch: Weekend weather forecast

    Rebecca Wood

    BBC Midlands Today

    Showers will die away to leave a dry night across the region, with lengthy clear spells during the early hours. Lows of 17C (63F). 

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    Video caption: Rebecca Wood has the weekend forecast
  6. Your pictures: Summer sun on Worcester Cathedral

    This photo of Worcester Cathedral lit up by the summer sun comes from Dave Bright, of Bright Sky Videos.

    You wouldn't get this view using a selfie stick

    Worcester Cathedral
  7. Tunisia shooting victim charity launch marked with a special day

    Birmingham County FA have announced a day of celebration to launch the Joel Richard's Legacy Fund, in memory of the Worcester sportsman who was killed last year in the terror attack in Sousse, Tunisia.

    Adrian Evans, Patrick Evans and Joel Richard

    The 19-year-old was a Walsall supporter, chairman of the Birmingham County FA youth council and involved in grassroots football across Worcestershire. 

    He was shot alongside his uncle and grandfather (pictured above). 

    The Joel Richards Legacy Fund will provide a bursary fund for local young coaches, referees and volunteers. 

    The celebration will take place on the 31 July. 

  8. Latest: Health directors investigated; 'World Cup' number plate sold; Rapids in T20 action

    BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - Two clinical directors working in Worcestershire's hospitals are going to be investigated for a potential conflict of interest

    - "World Cup win" number plate sold at auction

    - Worcestershire Rapids play Derbyshire Falcons in the final group match of the T20 Blast competition

  9. Worcester Parks given a seal of approval

    Two parks in Worcester have been Green Flag Awards, recognising the service they offer.

    The awards have gone to the city's Cripplegate Park and Gheluvelt Park (pictured).

    Gheluvelt Park Worcester

    Gheluvelt Park, built following the end of the war to commemorate the Battle of Gheluvelt in Belgium in 1914, was given listed status last year.

    Cripplegate Park has tennis courts and bowling club.

    The Green Flag award was launched in 1996 to recognise and reward the best green spaces in the country

  10. Your pictures: The hungry bullfinch

    This is one of the winning photos that will feature in the next Worcestershire Wildlife Trust calender.

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  11. Watch: Time lapse of Warriors' new artificial pitch being laid

    Warriors will become the third Premiership team to play on an artificial pitch - the other are Saracens and the Newcastle Falcons.

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  12. Your pictures: Moths and flowers

    Jerry Chester

    BBC News Online

    I've been sent these great photos taken at the Forge Mill Museum in Redditch by Paul Wilde.

    You can also send me your pictures - emailtweet us on @bbchw or message via Facebook.

  13. Travel: A456 closed after lorry overturns

    BBC Travel

    The A456 Hagley Road is closed in Halesowen after a lorry overturned at the junction with the B4183.

    There is congestion back to the Lutley Lane junction. More from BBC Travel.

  14. Travel: More problems on the M5 northbound

    BBC Travel

    One lane is blocked and there is slow traffic on the M5 northbound at J8 (M50) due to a broken-down vehicle.

    Congestion runs back to J9 (Tewkesbury). More from BBC Travel.

  15. Latest: NHS directors' private clinic investigation; 154mph speeder caught; 'World Cup' numberplate auctioned

    BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - A health trust is to investigate allegations two of its directors ran a private clinic which may have received NHS money

    - A 31-year-old man in a Mercedes has been caught doing a 154mph on the M5 in Worcestershire

    - "World Cup win" numberplate goes on sale