Exits and Entrances: A Christian welcome for Allo Mate

More on the latest charities added to the Charity Commission's register

We start with a hearty hello to Allo Mate, a Christian charity that joins the Charity Commission's register and feels like it should have an exclamation mark at the end of its name. Next up is Bike to the Future, which is not a movie starring Michael J Fox as a time-travelling cyclist but an employment charity based in mid-Wales.

Classrooms in the Clouds sounds like something that is unlikely to satisfy building regulations until it becomes clear that it is a charity that aims to construct classroom facilities for children and young people in Nepal.

Elsewhere, the disability charity Little Hiccups will be hoping the regulator doesn't come across any in its future accounts, and a squeal goes out to the animal welfare charity Pigs Inn Heaven.

Organisations leaving the commission's register this month include the scuba diving charity Diveheart UK, which must have gone under, the Be Onsite Charitable Trust, which has left the building, and Miracles in Motion, which has stopped.

And it's a fond farewell to the Pigeon Fanciers Trust, which has flown the coop. But will it return one day?

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