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December 14th 2016
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Ty Gobaith Lifehouse for people experiencing homelessness in Cardiff has been recognised for its role in improving the lives of vulnerable people in Wales at the 10th anniversary of the Promoting Independence Awards, held on in Cardiff.
 
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December 6th 2016
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Shoppers in Birkenhead were given the opportunity to find out more about the realities of homelessness on Thursday 1st December when The Salvation Army parked its Emergency Response Unit outside Asda. 

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November 29th 2016
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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 18th 2016
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The Cardiff Canton Songsters Brigade of the Canton Salvation Army Corps is preparing to mark its centenary of worship through song and dance in Cardiff with a weekend of celebration.
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November 9th 2016
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Majors David and Margaret House, leaders of Leigh-on-Sea Salvation Army, will be representing the national Salvation Army at the Royal British Legion's annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on 12 November.

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November 2nd 2016
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World-renowned music champions, The Cory Brass Band will perform at the Riverside Centre in Derby on Saturday 19 November at 7pm. 

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October 18th 2016
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The Tenby Corps of the Salvation Army are preparing to mark its 130th anniversary of worship and service in the town with a weekend of celebration.

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October 14th 2016
| by Elly
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London taxi and mini cab drivers join the fight to combat modern slavery 

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October 11th 2016
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The Salvation Army’s annual worship and mission workshop event for young people took place yesterday (9 October) at Thetford Academy, attracting more than 100 young people from their churches across Norfolk and Suffolk.

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October 4th 2016
| by Elly
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A Salvation Army centre for people with substance misuse, drug and alcohol issues based in Swindon will be the beneficiary of all funds raised by individuals taking part in the London Marathon on behalf of the Salvation Army in 2017.

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