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July 25th 2017
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A service that provides accommodation and support for young people experiencing homelessness run by The Salvation Army, Crossroads in Accrington, celebrated its 10 year birthday with a Hawaiian themed party.

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July 25th 2017
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army's Emergency Response service will feature in a special episode of Songs of Praise which will focus on Love, Light and Unity.

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July 20th 2017
| by emily

Students from a London secondary school have raised hundreds of pounds to support victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster, and handed a cheque over to the head of The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

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July 20th 2017
| by Joss
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This week, as part of their royal tour of Poland and Germany, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met a Salvation Army representative working in the field of anti human trafficking.

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July 19th 2017
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Dedicated Salvation Army homelessness services staff members have graduated with a valued service sector diploma from New College, Durham.

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July 19th 2017
| by emily

This week members of The Salvation Army met with Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, to mark the one-year anniversary of the government’s Community Sponsorship initiative.

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July 18th 2017
| by emily

Residents at the iconic William Booth House Lifehouse in Hull has joined the Goodwin Development Trust in its Made In Hull celebrations.

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July 17th 2017
| by Elly

This week, popular video channel, Unilad, which is well known for sharing irreverent content, explored a darker world - the world of modern day slavery.

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July 14th 2017
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This Employability Day (Friday 14 July) The Salvation Army in Wokingham welcomed Councillors Oliver Whittle and Julian McGhee-Sumner to its new employment service to highlight the importance of local job seeker support.

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July 10th 2017
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A special café designed for people living with dementia and their families has launched at The Salvation Army’s church in Wrexham.

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