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July 3rd 2017
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Around 50 men and women at our Niddry Street drop-in service in Edinburgh were treated to a feast of Indian food to mark the end of Ramadan.

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June 28th 2017
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Banbury Salvation Army is teaming up with other churches in town to host two weeks of non-stop, day and night prayer in a specially designed multi-sensory creative prayer space.

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June 23rd 2017
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Free oral health packs which include toothbrushes, toothpaste and advice have been handed out to service users at The Salvation Army’s centre for people experiencing homelessness in Warrington, James Lee House Lifehouse, to celebrate National Smile Month. 

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June 23rd 2017
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More than 200 people have had a go at The Salvation Army’s unique fusion of traditional tambourine playing and the contemporary dance exercise class since the Hadleigh Timbreltastic group launched in Essex. 

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June 23rd 2017
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Playing music for Kings and Queens, assisting the community after a major disaster, multiple new homes later, The Salvation Army is still serving the people of Clowne since 23 June 1887.

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June 7th 2017
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The Salvation Army in Harpenden is excited to announce that planning permission has been received from St Albans City & District Council for an extension of their church and community centre on Leyton Green.

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June 5th 2017
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A residential service for young people experiencing homelessness, Crossroads in Accrington, to raise awareness of how being young and homeless can contribute to poor mental health.

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June 1st 2017
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The Salvation Army in Kilbirnie has just celebrated 125 years of transforming lives.

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May 31st 2017
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The Salvation Army on Queensway in Priory Heath is appealing for new volunteers to help in their charity shop and café.

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May 11th 2017
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A community group, Snack and Chat, has launched at The Salvation Army’s church, in Ellesmere Port with the aim of building relationships with local people and strengthening their connections with the community.

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