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July 12th 2012
| by Gaby

The Salvation Army is contracted by the Ministry of Justice to support all victims of human trafficking in England and Wales, including the victims in this case.

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July 9th 2012
| by Gaby

A brass band, made up of 20 musicians from the Canonmoor Street church, is to play during the day at the King George V Playing Fields, near St Martin’s Avenue, Hereford. The band will play two half-hour sets, from 11.30am – noon and 1pm – 1.30pm.

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July 9th 2012
| by Mary
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The Olympic Flame made a momentous visit to The Salvation Army Hadleigh Farm – the host venue of the 2012 Mountain Biking competition - during the 49th day of the Torch Relay.

 

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July 6th 2012
| by Gaby
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This month marks the anniversary of the founding of The Salvation Army by William and Catherine Booth on the streets of the East End of London in 1865.

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July 6th 2012
| by Gaby

The doctrines for membership of The Salvation Army are based on scripture and from this we have expectations of how our Officers (ministers of religion) and church members lead their lives.

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July 6th 2012
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A Salvation Army bandsman, who carried the Olympic Torch through Hatfield Peverel on Friday 6 July, has recalled how the experience was "very humbling."

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July 4th 2012
| by Gaby

The Salvation Army’s Clydebank Corps band welcomed the Queen on her visit to St Margaret’s Hospice in West Scotland.

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July 3rd 2012
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Peterborough Salvation Army is marking the passing of the Olympic torch relay through the centre of Peterborough with a breakfast club on Wednesday 4 July.

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July 2nd 2012
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An award-winning Salvation Army day centre for older people in Glasgow is celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee by holding a party in its ‘reminiscence room’ – to help those with dementia.

The reminiscence room at the Eva Burrows Day Centre is filled with objects to trigger the senses and aid the recall of memories. Reminiscence based activities have been found to help people with dementia communicate and gain a sense of value, importance, belonging, power and peace. 

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July 2nd 2012
| by Gaby
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A chef has revealed that serving hungry Olympic fans on the Torch Relay route on behalf of The Salvation Army means more to him than a former career in a national hotel chain.

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