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April 4th 2014
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Budding footballers at homeless centres across Scotland have come together to promote a scheme aimed at helping athletes' families and volunteers find a place to stay during the Commonwealth Games.

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March 30th 2014
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To all mums everywhere - Happy Mother's Day! We have two heart-warming stories of mums who have overcome adversity.

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March 21st 2014
| by Joss
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Former British Number One tennis player Andrew Castle hosted the Salvation Army Trading Company’s annual conference in London. The event also featured an appearance by Britain’s Got Talent finalist mezzo-soprano Faryl Smith.

 

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March 7th 2014
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army celebrates 140 years in Wales – and there are a number of celebrations planned to ensure the anniversary doesn’t go unrecognised.

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March 7th 2014
| by Joss
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A groundbreaking community hub which is finding new ways of helping homeless people and a lady who dedicates her spare time helping elderly people and children in Cardiff are just some of the individuals and centres recognised by The Salvation Army.

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March 4th 2014
| by Joss
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Pancake Day falls between 2 February and 9 March, depending on the date for Easter. This year, Pancake Day is today.

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February 4th 2014
| by Joss
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Stepney Salvation Army church ministers attended the London Citizens annual general meeting and awards ceremony, where they picked up the London Citizens Community of the Year award.

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December 24th 2013
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The Salvation Army helped people get in the Christmas spirit as they headed off on their holidays from Heathrow Airport over the festive period with carol services involving a Salvation Army band, a choir and readings.

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December 20th 2013
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Major Kingsley Layton is the Commanding Officer at Lockerbie Corps.

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December 10th 2013
| by Brent
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Majors Dave & Gill Coates with the families involved and Gillian Suckley

Portsmouth Citadel Corps held their annual toy service on behalf of the families at Catherine Booth House and people were again very generous in their giving.

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