National media briefing: SpunOut.ie, the Hastings Pier Trust, Cancer Research UK, StreetGames UK and the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Several politicians in Ireland have denounced SpunOut.ie, a partly state-funded charity, for giving sex advice to young people that includes the do's and don’ts of threesomes.

See The Guardian for full story

The trustees of the Hastings Pier and White Rock Trust say rebuilding work on the pier, which was severely damaged by fire, will begin in early summer.

See BBC News for full story

The singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor and the TV presenter Caroline Flack have given their support to Cancer Research UK’s latest campaign for Race for Life by posing for celebrity photographer Jason Bell.  

See the Daily Mail for full story

Young people are being denied the chance to benefit from any Olympic legacy because they are being priced out of participating in sport, according to research commissioned by Coca-Cola on behalf of its charity partner, StreetGames UK.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation, which has raised more than £5m to help detect and treat cancer, is celebrating its fifth anniversary.

See BBC News for full story

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