National media briefing: Mental Health Foundation, Crimestoppers, rescue organisations - and 'Road Kill I-Spy'

Today's national news featuring charities

A study by the Mental Heath Foundation finds half of GPs are not able to refer people with depression to exercise schemes.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

Rescue organisations fear charity walkers will get into difficulties during the heatwave.
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The People's Trust for Endangered Species is encouraging children on long car journeys to play "Road Kill I-Spy".
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

Crimestoppers adds to its list of foreign fugitives believed to be hiding in the UK.

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