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April 12th 2017
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The Salvation Army’s Hadleigh Farm Rare Breed Centre is appealing to the local community to help in the search for Tommy the tortoise.

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April 12th 2017
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Staff and residents at a Salvation Army Lifehouse for people experiencing homelessness in Reading are looking to develop their garden area to make an attractive space throughout the year. 

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April 11th 2017
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Louise knows more than most about transformations.  Not long ago her two sons were on a self-destructive course which threatened the entire family. Thanks to Gloucester House Rehabilitation Centre, both have beaten their addictions and the family is slowly healing.

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April 10th 2017
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Young people help to raise funds and awareness of dementia group Music and Memory at Warrington Salvation Army

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April 10th 2017
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Major Nick Coke, The Salvation Army’s refugee response coordinator, describes how his London church has sponsored a refugee family from Syria

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April 7th 2017
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Tickets are going fast to catch the CrosslightPassion Play at Cardiff Canton Salvation Army church on Thursday, 13 April, 7.30pm before it continues its nationwide tour.

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April 7th 2017
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The Salvation Army’s residential centre for young people experiencing homelessness, Springfield Lodge Lifehouse in Camberwell, is looking for a gardening volunteer.

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March 31st 2017
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The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) and The Salvation Army officially declared the opening of a £5.4m Copper Beech Avenue project in Bramley, Leeds – saha's largest project to date – with an opening ceremony.

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March 31st 2017
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Visits by Councillor Paul Andrews (Executive Member for Adult Health and Wellbeing) and Councillor Emma Taylor (Bradford Ward) to Discovery House, Manchester, provided staff and residents with an opportunity to demonstrate the support on offer to those most in need in Manchester through The Salvation Army.

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March 28th 2017
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Bristol Council’s health and wellbeing tsar, Councillor Fi Hance visited The Salvation Army’s Logos House Lifehouse on Friday (24 March) to hear how government plans to change the way supported housing is funded could make it more difficult for the church and charity to continue helping people experiencing homelessness.

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