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November 2012

November 30th 2012
| by Mary

A Salvation Army mobile emergency response unit has been out for a second day supporting Cheshire Police and Lowland Search and Rescue, who are searching for a missing 81-year old man.

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November 30th 2012
| by Mary

Tobias Ellwood, Member of Parliament for Bournemouth East, visited a Salvation Army project that is providing a safe meeting place and access to additional support for homeless and vulnerable people in Bournemouth.

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November 30th 2012
| by Mary

At 5:45am on Friday 30th November 2012, members of Staple Hill Citadel Band arrived at the Co-op store in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.

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November 28th 2012
| by Gaby

Two local charities have teamed up once again to make Christmas brighter for many local children and families.

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November 27th 2012
| by Mary

Richard Ottaway, MP for South Croydon, visited a Salvation Army church (corps) and community centre in Croydon on Monday (26th November 2012) that is offering a lifeline to homeless people, helping them to overcome social exclusion and change their lives for the better.

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November 26th 2012
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A new monument to remember The Salvation Army's work supporting those affected by war has been officially dedicated at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.

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November 26th 2012
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ITV1 breakfast show, Daybreak, has teamed up with The Co-operative Food and The Salvation Army to launch the You CAN Help campaign, to help feed people in need this Christmas.

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November 23rd 2012
| by Gaby

The General has announced that Salvation Army work has been officially established in the Kingdom of Cambodia, with effect from 22 November, taking the total number of countries in which the Army has officially recognised work to 126.

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November 23rd 2012
| by Gaby

The UK’s most popular Christian newspaper, The War Cry, is being published in digital format for the first time.

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November 23rd 2012
| by Mary

A mountain of new, unclaimed children’s toys which were handed in to Transport for London’s (TfL) Lost Property Office this year have been given to The Salvation Army to donate to children in south London ensuring they get a gift this Christmas.

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