Sweaty Church and Fourth Monkey join the register of charities

Those leaving it include Children Screaming to be heard

Charity Commission
Charity Commission

If you thought the activities at your local place of worship were pretty pedestrian, you probably haven't been introduced to a new entrant to the Charity Commission's register: Sweaty Church. It's not really clear exactly what it does, but it was set up to advance the Christian faith through physical activities.

Other new entrants include Fourth Monkey Education, which makes you feel sorry for the first three. Perhaps they were the brains behind another charity new to the register: the Three Monkies Trust. Together, they will have their revenge - in a way that benefits the public, obviously.

A warm welcome to the tautological charity Help Aid and the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, which we're hoping won't get flattened by a passing lorry.

Charities that left the register recently include Brayford Boomerangs, which will be back, Children Screaming to be Heard, which must have shouted loud enough, and the Gloucester Cattle Society, which mooved on. We also said goodbye to SoundAffects the World, presumably because it ran out of people to argue with.

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