Say hello to Unfolding Theatre, Electric Umbrellas and Rainbow's End Pre-School

Are there vineyards as far north as Northampton? Well, there's at least one now, after the Christian church Central Vineyard Northampton joined the register of charities. It's unclear whether any of its congregation will be raising a glass in celebration.

Also opening up were the Unfolding Theatre group - travel-sized for your convenience - and the learning disabilities organisation Electric Umbrella. We're not sure how well that would work in wet weather, but if it's raining you could also visit Rainbow's End Pre-school, which is presumably hoping for a large pot of gold from Mr L Eprechaun.

Charities leaving the register this month, possibly to visit the big city, include The Villagers, a charity to relieve hardship for the residents of a group of rural Bedfordshire villages.

The education charity Life Wisdoms seems to have decided that closing down is the wisest thing to do, the poverty relief charity Heaven Plant has failed to blossom, the training and arts charity Shake 'n' Dance was forced to lie down and stay still and the Innholders' Company Welfare Trust called time.

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