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May 17th 2017
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The Salvation Army’s Furze Hill House is home to many residents living with dementia. Home Manager Ellie Cant is retiring next month after 38 years’ experience of working in older people’s social care. Ellie shares how they help residents live life to the full at Furze Hill House and offers some ideas for people caring for someone with dementia.

 
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May 10th 2017
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Wycliffe Noble OBE, was the drummer for one of Britain’s first Christian pop groups The Joystrings and an architect with a legacy of making public buildings accessible

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April 13th 2017
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During Holy Week, The Salvation Army’s Captain Jo Moir reflects on how the Easter story gives her hope 

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April 11th 2017
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Louise knows more than most about transformations.  Not long ago her two sons were on a self-destructive course which threatened the entire family. Thanks to Gloucester House Rehabilitation Centre, both have beaten their addictions and the family is slowly healing.

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March 24th 2017
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“To be a strong mother doesn’t mean I can’t also be vulnerable – I just need to trust that through faith we are made strong.”

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February 28th 2017
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Tomorrow marks the start of Lent, a forty-day period where people across the globe take an opportunity to give something up or give something back.

What is Lent?

Lent is a season of forty days beginning on Ash Wednesday (March 1st this year) and concluding on Easter weekend.

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