National media briefing: FoodCycle, Beat, in memory of Marc Bolan, and drug charities welcome Mitch Winehouse's treatment comments

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

A Twitter recipe book has been launched that shows how to make 50 meals, each in fewer than 140 characters – it will raise money for food charity FoodCycle.

See The Daily Telegraph for full story

Almost 600 children below the age of 13 have been treated in hospital for eating disorders in the past three years, according to the eating disorder charity Beat.

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The Marc Bolan School of Music and Film has been set up in Sierra Leone in memory of musician Marc Bolan, who died in 1977.

See The Independent for full story

Drug charities have welcomed calls by the father of the late singer Amy Winehouse to close gaps in treatment for addicts.

Read Metro for full story

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