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December 22nd 2014
| by Joss
The Salvation Army is hoping to set up a community café in Manstone or Woolbrook as it looks to support people in Sidmouth but it needs to find a suitable venue.
 
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December 22nd 2014
| by Joss

Salvation Army church opens its doors throughout the year to those who are in need or vulnerable. Church is calling on the public to donate warm clothes, tents and sleeping bags this winter.

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December 17th 2014
| by Joss

People who are unemployed in Southend-on-Sea experienced transformation through a joint initiative with FTSE 250 strategic outsourcer Mitie’s Environmental+ business.

 
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December 16th 2014
| by Joss
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With sadness, we share the news of the promotion to Glory* of Lieut-Colonel (Dr) Ray Steadman-Allen OF** on 15 December 2014. 

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December 15th 2014
| by Joss

Danny Alexander MP - Chief Secretary to the Treasury - has praised the Salvation Army in Inverness for its work in helping break the cycle of homelessness.

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December 12th 2014
| by Joss

In our latest News Buzz, Sale Salvation Army band played at the BBC's hub in Salford, our volunteers and officers prepared 1,000 food parcels to help vulnerable people in Reading and our Felixstowe Church ran a five day Christmas tree festival.

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December 11th 2014
| by Sonia

Jermain Jackman, the winner of BBC One’s ‘The Voice’, wowed the crowds with his rendition of ‘O Holy Night’ at the annual Parliamentary Carol Service on Tuesday this week. 

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December 9th 2014
| by Gaby

Highlights of ‘Celebrating Christmas with The Salvation Army 2014  at the Royal Albert Hall’ will be transmitted across the BBC Local Radio network during the Christmas period.

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December 8th 2014
| by Joss

A new survey of people from Portsmouth, Southampton and South East (government region) residents has revealed that a host of Christmas traditions are falling by the wayside because modern life is taking over. 

 
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December 5th 2014
| by Joss

A new survey of West Midlands, Birmingham and Coventry residents has revealed that a host of Christmas traditions are falling by the wayside because modern life is taking over. 

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