New charities include the International Egg Foundation and Creation Myth Puppets

Two sporting bodies launch charitable foundations, while the Akashic Science Foundation is deregistered

The International Egg Foundation has recently registered with the Charity Commission
The International Egg Foundation has recently registered with the Charity Commission

The International Egg Foundation, a nutrition charity, has just registered with the Charity Commission. We can confirm that the International Chicken Foundation does not exist, solving the old "what came first?" question once and for all.

Also new is Creation Myth Puppets, which runs arts projects in schools about different creation myths. Perhaps its next show will be the story of its own creation, complete with puppets of key commission personnel?

Last month, two sporting bodies launched foundations: the British Eventing Charitable Foundation and the British Gymnastics Foundation. Full marks to them both.

Meanwhile, it is farewell to the Lancashire charity Walton Lane Over 55s Club. It had been known as Walton Lane Over 60s Club, posing questions about the ageing process in the north west.

Blink and you'd have missed the Akashic Science Foundation, which deregistered last month, just a fortnight after gaining charitable status. What is Akashic Science? Well, it's the study of the Akashic Record, a cosmic field that conveys information existing at the roots of reality – where the commission probably does not have jurisdiction.

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