East Midlands Division
Nottingham Salvation Army Officer runs in loving memory of brother and for our addiction treatment centre.
World-renowned music champions, The Cory Brass Band will perform at the Riverside Centre in Derby on Saturday 19 November at 7pm.
A Nottingham charity has opened its doors so that people can see the work it does for the community as it launches its new service to help those who are unemployed find work.
The Salvation Army in Nottingham has partnered with the Intu Victoria Centre in Nottingham, the local shopping centre, to raise money – and donations of food – for the vulnerable and marginalised in the city centre, thanks to their Can-Can appeal.
More than two fifths of parents of children aged 16 and under in the East Midlands worry about affording the basics for their children this summer- according to a YouGov poll commissioned by The Salvation Army. Forty-one per cent of parents were worried about affording basics, such as pocket money, summer clothes, food and new school uniforms.
Aspley Salvation Army has received an Outstanding classification from OFSTED following inspection of its After School Club in the town.
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.
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.
Lilian Greenwood MP for Nottingham South visited The Salvation Army in Aspley (21 September) to view the support given by the church and charity to the local community via its Mustard Tree Allotment.