Crossroads, an Accrington based centre run by The Salvation Army which provides accommodation and support for young people, held a reunion event for past residents to return and share their stories since leaving the service.
Members of the public were given an insight into the work carried out by emergency services across Manchester at the sixth annual 999 day hosted by intu Trafford Centre.
Children and staff at The Haven Salvation Army nursery are celebrating after receiving the highest rating, ‘Outstanding’, from the childcare inspectorate Ofsted.
The Salvation Army offered one month placements under the government’s Mandatory Work Activity programme. The primary purpose of the placements was to offer work experience and therefore an employer reference to people who were having difficulty securing a job. The programme was one of a number of government responses to the growth in unemployment following the Global Economic Crisis of 2008.
The Salvation Army joined veteran Welsh entertainer Bryn Yemm at a fundraising event for the National Eisteddfod on the evening of Friday July 22 at the Abergavenny Borough Theatre.
A Fleetwood centre providing accommodation and support for young people and families who have experienced homelessness is celebrating receiving a score of 93% in a recent Independent Quality Inspectorate (IQI).