National media briefing: Keep Britain Tidy, Montessori St Nicholas, the Wave Trust and the Royal Parks Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Coca-Cola, Cadbury and Walkers crisps have been named and shamed for generating more litter than any other brands, according to figures compiled by Keep Britain Tidy.

See the Daily Mail for full story

A high-profile government drive to offer parenting classes in poor areas has suffered a major blow after Montessori St Nicholas, a charity that was among the tuition providers, pulled out amid complaints about bureaucracy and lack of interest.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

New mothers should be interviewed three to four months after they give birth to check they are bonding with their babies, according to research by the abuse charity the Wave Trust.

See the Daily Mail for full story

More than 40,000 bluebells were planted by primary school children in Hyde Park yesterday to mark the official beginning of spring, as part of an initiative launched by the Royal Parks Foundation. The charity hopes this will become an annual event.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

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