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July 2013

July 31st 2013
| by Gaby

At one Lifehouse in Accrington, young people who have nowhere else to go are learning the value, at this crucial point in life, of making a positive choice at their own crossroads.

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July 31st 2013
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Regional Safe Mission Adviser (North) Aaron Smith is boosting The Salvation Army’s occupational health and safety credentials.

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July 30th 2013
| by LJ

Glasgow MSP Humza Yousaf has praised The Salvation Army in Easterhouse after spending an afternoon at the corps.

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July 24th 2013
| by Joss

One of The Salvation Army’s youngest cadets has thanked the people of Cumbernauld for making her feel at home after arriving on a 12-week work placement last week.

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July 24th 2013
| by Joss

Narong’ore Village is in Turkana County in dry, arid Northern Kenya. The community suffers from occasional perennial shortage of water mainly due to the semi-arid conditions that prevail there.

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July 17th 2013
| by Joss

The Salvation Army is very concerned and disappointed that the Government has u-turned on its commitment to introduce a Minimum Unit Price for Alcohol in England and Wales.

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July 16th 2013
| by Joss
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A forward-thinking, retired Salvation Army officer and surgeon – who spent a lifetime working overseas, transforming the lives of leprosy sufferers – celebrated his 100th birthday in Hawick on Saturday 13 July 2013.

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July 12th 2013
| by Gaby

Captain Gary Chaundy, of Eston Salvation Army, is to undertake a cycling challenge that will see him ride a hundred miles a day from the North-Eastern town to Paris, France, in an attempt to raise funds for the Corps, or Church.

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July 3rd 2013
| by Gaby

A couple of weeks ago Major Heather Poxon, Director of International Development, was in China visiting a number of projects run by The Salvation Army in some of the most rural parts of this vast country.

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