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September 7th 2017
| by Elly

The Salvation Army has outlined its support for the intention of the Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill which had its second reading in the House of Lords today (September 7). 

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September 5th 2017
| by Elly
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“We have been really looking forward to welcoming our community into their new church –this building is not only for those who attend The Salvation Army, it is here for every one. "

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September 5th 2017
| by Elly
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The Salvation Army church is celebrating 125 years of transformation in the City of Birmingham this month. 

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September 4th 2017
| by Joss

A group of 15 volunteers and members from The Salvation Army in Ellesmere Port took part in a sponsored zip wire adventure in North Wales to raise funds which will be used to support the community.

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September 4th 2017
| by Joss
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Independent research commissioned by The Salvation Army into the future of its homelessness services under a proposed government reform has revealed an uncertain outlook.

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August 31st 2017
| by Joss

The Salvation Army’s plan is simple – to transform lives. Through its annual Big Collection appeal, 100 per cent of money raised will help people in communities across the UK.

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August 30th 2017
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army will be holding a Dementia Awareness Information session on 12 September 2017 at 7pm at All Saints Church Hall in Sedgley. 

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August 30th 2017
| by Joss
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At a weekly summer holiday club, children who are entitled to free school meals in Blaydon, Gateshead, learnt a variety of new skills, including how to cook on a budget.

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August 30th 2017
| by Joss
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More than 150 children received a school uniform as part of a Gateshead church and charity’s scheme to ensure families in the town on limited budgets could afford the essentials ahead of the new school term.

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August 25th 2017
| by Elly

"Many people felt as though they had lost a friend when Princess Diana passed away. They needed the healing power of community to help them mourn that loss and they found it on The Mall that week."

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