This column is living proof that you can never have too many puns in your life, and for that we rely on the world of charities. With that in mind, it's great to welcome Lensational to the Charity Commission's register, an organisation that helps disadvantaged people through the provision of photography courses. Boom boom.
We also give a cautious welcome to Hypo Hounds, which turns out not to be swarm of killer creatures from the Flash Gordon universe, but a charity that enables people with diabetes to train their dogs to help them. Greetings also to Square Pegs, which proved that registration isn't always just a round hole.
It is time to say goodbye to the Charity of Charles William Fudge for Prizes for Children Attending the Sunday School of the Congregation Chapel of Glastonbury, which was presumably unable to justify the number of pens it got through every time a form needed filling in.
Fond farewells also to the Athletics Foundation, which did a runner, the education charity Anti-Apathy, which looks like it gave up, and the Joy of Driving Foundation, last seen halfway up the M1.