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December 14th 2016
| by Anna
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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 14th 2016
| by Anna

Children staying at Sheffield Children's Hospital over Christmas will be getting a musical treat on Monday 19 December when members of the Sheffield Citadel Salvation Army Band perform especially for them.

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December 13th 2016
| by Anna

As Edinburgh begins to wind down for Christmas, the Salvation Army and its volunteers are supporting thousands of vulnerable and isolated people.

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December 9th 2016
| by Anna

The chaplaincy team at Manchester Airport, which includes Major Ian Field from The Salvation Army, is set to spread joy this Christmas.  

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December 6th 2016
| by Elly

Cardiff Rotary Club has chosen the Salvation Army Bus Project as the beneficiary of its fundraising collection days leading up to Christmas this year. 

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December 6th 2016
| by Anna
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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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December 5th 2016
| by Anna
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On Thursday 1st December The Salvation Army Bootle invited its team of volunteers along with local agencies to a special Christmas lunch as thanks for helping them to support 9000 local people in 2016.

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December 2nd 2016
| by Anna

The Salvation Army is asking the community to get behind its Christmas Present Appeal to ensure the most vulnerable have something to open on the 25th December

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December 2nd 2016
| by Anna

Commissioner Clive Adams, Territorial Commander for The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland said:

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December 2nd 2016
| by Anna
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Bethlehem came to Failsworth on the first weekend of advent (26th November) when a Salvation Army corps (church) put on an interactive performance of the Nativity

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