National media briefing: Skcin, Kettering Welfare Rights Society, Folly, and altruistic Kate Nash

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than 14,000 sun worshippers have tried to order a "miracle" tanning cream – unaware that it is a spoof product by skin cancer charity Skcin.

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Kettering Welfare Rights Society has closed after losing £37,000 in funding from Northamptonshire County Council this year.

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The Lancaster-based arts charity Folly is set to close after more than 20 years, after it lost all of its Arts Council England funding. 

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The pop star Kate Nash has been organising a charity collection for people who lost their homes in the riots.

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