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All the latest news from The Salvation Army

May 2015

May 29th 2015
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A service user at one of our homeless centres in Cardiff has been crowned a regional winner in the learndirect Inspiration Awards.

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May 27th 2015
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To mark our 150th anniversary Southport Salvation Army held a Christian festival in Southport town centre called ‘Paint the Town Red.’

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May 26th 2015
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A resident of a Prestwich care home has been celebrating her centenary with the help of staff, her family and the Mayor, Councillor Stella Smith and Consort Mr John Smith. 

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May 22nd 2015
| by Joss

Birmingham Citadel Salvation Army has reached their £21,000 fundraising target to provide fresh water to rural communities in Zimbabwe.

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May 21st 2015
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Light Night is an annual celebration of the city's cultural and artistic heritage, bringing thousands of people into the city centre to visit its art galleries, museums and beautiful religious buildings.

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May 21st 2015
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Four Salvationists have attended the prestigious garden parties at Buckingham Palace in recognition of their service to the local community.

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May 19th 2015
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A retired Salvation Army officer who cared for older people and children during and after the Blitz celebrates her 100th birthday in her home town of Arbroath

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May 19th 2015
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Conference hosted by The Salvation Army Jersey to raise awareness of Human Trafficking

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May 19th 2015
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Shoppers were queuing outside the door at the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop at 250 High Street, Beckenham on Thursday 14thMay as it opened its doors to the public for the first time

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May 14th 2015
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A US Salvation Army volunteer was hiking through the Himalayan Hills when he captured a dramatic 7.3-magnitude earthquake on film

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