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March 4th 2013
| by Gaby

John Penrose, MP for Weston-super-Mare, visited a city community centre to see how jobseekers are being helped into long-term employment.
 

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March 1st 2013
| by Ann
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Join with members and friends of The Salvation Army in reading the New Testament from beginning to end within one year

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February 28th 2013
| by Nick

Manchester United footballer Michael Carrick visited a community football project in Oldham that is helping tackle antisocial behaviour.

The Salvation Army Fitton Hill Outreach Centre (Eden Project) in Oldham works with local support groups, such as 3StyleSports, to co-ordinate a range of activities. 

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February 27th 2013
| by Mary

The President of Newry Lions Club, Mr. Jervis Byrne recently visited Newry Corps, to officially welcome the new Commanding Officer, Major John Parrott.

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February 27th 2013
| by Mary

Oldbury Community Church took some time out at The Pioneer Centre, near Bewdley. The theme for the weekend, led by Majors (rtd.) Vic & Miriam Kennedy was ' Faith That Works', taken from the Letter of James.

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February 21st 2013
| by Gaby

Dinnington Salvation Army has been awarded Dinnington St John’s Town Council’s Challenge Cup for “giving back something to its community every day”.

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February 15th 2013
| by Gaby
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The focus over recent months has been on the Commonwealth Games 2014 and how Glasgow is preparing to host the biggest sporting event that Scotland has ever seen. 

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February 14th 2013
| by Gaby
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South-African Commissioner Clive Adams and his wife Norwegian-born Commissioner Marianne are the new Territorial Leaders for the UK with the Republic of Ireland.

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February 13th 2013
| by Gaby

Rochdale today is a far cry from the textile and manufacturing boomtown it used to be. The birthplace of the Co-operative Movement and the Cotton thoroughfare of the Industrial Revolution now boasts more ‘to let’ signs than signposts of thriving industry.

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February 13th 2013
| by Mary

The annual Service of Remembrance on Tuesday (12th February 2013) at The Salvation Army’s Granby Centre in Dublin provided an opportunity for staff, service users and their families to give thanks for blessings and good things which have happened in the past year; for strength to overcome future challenges and opportunities; as well as remembering all those who have attended the centre in previous years.

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