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April 7th 2017
| by emily
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Tickets are going fast to catch the CrosslightPassion Play at Cardiff Canton Salvation Army church on Thursday, 13 April, 7.30pm before it continues its nationwide tour.

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February 17th 2017
| by emily
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Strawberry Field, the iconic site immortalised in The Beatles hit ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, is set for a major redevelopment. 

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January 27th 2017
| by Anna
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Salvation Army dementia support

A new Christian support cafe run by The Salvation Army for people with dementia and their carers is set to launch on Wednesday 1 February

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December 15th 2016
| by Anna
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Christmas came early for service users at The Salvation Army’s Ann Fowler Lifehouse in Liverpool as they were treated to a morning of festivities.

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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 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 14th 2016
| by Anna
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A Salvation Army Lifehouse for families experiencing homelessness in Portsmouth welcomed Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, Michael Lane through its doors today.

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November 3rd 2016
| by Anna
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Our furniture reuse project in Dundee, which was set up to help people overcome homelessness, has opened its doors to the public.

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October 19th 2016
| by Anna
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A group of people overcoming homelessness have enjoyed a trip of a lifetime thanks to The Salvation Army and the Cirdan Sailing Trust 

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September 6th 2016
| by Elly
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The Salvation Army’s rare breed centre at Hadleigh Farm Estate is putting Essex on the map after being recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) as the county’s only approved ‘Conservation Farm Park’.

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