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November 2nd 2012
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Aberdeen MP Frank Doran visited The Salvation Army’s Aberdeen Citadel corps today (2nd November) to view the support given by the church and charity to the local community.

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October 26th 2012
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The Salvation Army is opening a new furniture recycling project in Berwick with the aim of being a focal point and channel to support the local community.

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October 26th 2012
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Bootle MP Joe Benton visited The Salvation Army in Bootle today (26 October) to help serve a hot, nutritious lunch to local people who are struggling to make ends meet.

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October 25th 2012
| by Mary
Graffiti-style sign for Springfield Lodge, run by The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army officially opened its new Lifehouse in south London (Thursday, 25th October 2012), heralding a new start for young homeless people.

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October 24th 2012
| by Mary

The Salvation Army has opened a new eco-friendly Lifehouse for homeless people in Grimsby offering independent living and a first class resettlement support for those in need.

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October 24th 2012
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A delegation from The Salvation Army are helping to host a working group seminar on how the Church can achieve social and economic justice.

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October 22nd 2012
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The International Staff Songsters visited Hawick Corps on 20th and 21st October 2012.

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October 18th 2012
| by Gaby

To ensure more victims of human trafficking can be identified and helped, The Salvation Army has launched the first app that helps people spot the key signs someone may be being trafficked.

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October 17th 2012
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Octogenarian Ken Bovey has received the British Empire Medal for a lifetime’s voluntary charitable service through The Salvation Army.

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October 13th 2012
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The event began in Sneinton, Nottingham – birthplace of Salvation Army Founder William Booth – on Saturday morning when the Lord Mayor of Nottingham (Councillor Leon Unczur) greeted the Army's world leader. Later, numerous Salvationists witnessed to their faith in the city's Market Square. Lincoln Band and Nottingham Arnold Corps (church) members shared the gospel with passers-by, information stalls attracted interest and the divisional emergency vehicle served free refreshments.

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