An initiative by The Salvation Army church to help people in Clevedon find work has welcomed Dr Liam Fox MP through its doors to see how it is helping people in the community.
The Salvation Army is preparing to open a new all-weather sports ground adjacent to new meetings rooms and a café in the heart of Bedford to give people of all ages the opportunity to get fit, study, or just relax in a safe environment.
A new training centre and cafe has been planned at Strawberry Field, the former children’s home run by The Salvation Army since 1936 and which closed in 2005, and the focus of the now legendary Beatles song, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’.
Dewdown House Care Home in Weston-Super-Mare won Older People's Service of the year last year. Anne Goodman, Centre Manager, said winning the award hadn't just given the staff a boost but the residents and their families too.
Julian Brazier, MP for Canterbury and Whitstable, visited a Salvation Army centre on Tuesday last week that is aiding jobseekers on the road to employment.
A 200-year-old book of lithographs unearthed by a Salvation Army volunteer 15 years ago has helped transform the very shop where it was found.
One of the residents of The Salvation Army’s Older People’s Service in Prestwich, Holt House, turns 100 years old today with a party, buffet and celebration in her honour at the centre.
The Salvation’s Army Church and Community Centre in Farnworth opened their new building this weekend, which was attended by Territorial Commanders of the UK and Ireland, Commissioners Clive and Marianne Adams, with the Mayor and Mayoress of Bolton in attendance.
At this time of year, many of us are celebrating the things closest to us – family, friends, and those we love. But for many of those in the care of The Salvation Army, such essentials for life are far from certain.
The leader of the Salvation Army in the UK and Ireland has praised staff and service users at a new centre for homeless people.