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November 2016

November 29th 2016
| by Anna
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Service users at Booth House Lifehouse, a residential centre run by the Salvation Army that supports local people experiencing homelessness, will team up with local school Swindon Academy on Saturday 3rd December to provide high quality refurbished bicycles at affordable prices to families at the school
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November 29th 2016
| by Anna
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The communities of Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Leek are invited to join with The Salvation Army in celebrating Christmas in Longton. 

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November 28th 2016
| by Elly
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Rothwell Salvation Army has opened its new church and community centre as part of its continued commitment to serving people in the town.

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November 28th 2016
| by Elly

In response to the Government’s Consultation on funding for supported housing issued on 21 November 2016, a spokesperson for The Salvation Army and Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) said: 

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November 24th 2016
| by Anna

Fair Christmas Fayre, now in its ninth year, will take place on Saturday 10th December at Regent Hall Salvation Army.

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November 24th 2016
| by Anna

A Salvation Army spokesperson said: "We support older people across the country including running 13 residential care homes in the United Kingdom and Ireland. We have seen the issues created by cuts to adult social care and the huge impact these cuts have on families and individuals who are left needing to care for older parents alongside maintaining work and other family commitments. And providers are struggling to run homes on the funding provided. The cuts to adult social care are hurting now and it is sad that the government have not addressed the issue in the Autumn Statement.”

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November 23rd 2016
| by Anna

One of Northern Ireland’s largest and longest running Christmas present appeals is now underway.

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November 22nd 2016
| by Anna

Crewe Salvation Army on Prince Albert Street has been running a Christmas Present Appeal for over thirty years and works with a number of local agencies to ensure the most in need receive support. 

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November 22nd 2016
| by Anna

No person can be defined in one word. We are beautifully complex creatures, shaped by the place we are born, people we meet and situations we encounter. Yet for some women, the way they are treated and defined is determined only by their gender.

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