London Central Division
The London Art Biennale 2015 opens this week at Chelsea Town Hall in London. One hundred and thirty artists from 40 countries will be exhibiting their art works at the exhibition, which is free to enter.
Baroness Olly Grender MBE of Kingston upon Thames visited a West End project that aims to help homeless and isolated people find a place in their community and prevent them from spiralling into addiction.
Generous diners at The Grill On The Market in Smithfield, London, raised more than £2,000 for our churches' community work in Southwark and on Oxford Street.
'The Tiptree Sneeze', which captures a Salvation Army bandsman unavoidably sneezing into a trombone during a church concert, has become a YouTube sensation - racking up more than 1.5 million views online.
Only days after winning a social services award for being the centre with the most improved quality and delivery of service, London’s Edward Alsop Court hosted the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Kris Hopkins MP.
Stepney Salvation Army church ministers attended the London Citizens annual general meeting and awards ceremony, where they picked up the London Citizens Community of the Year award.
The Salvation Army opened its new café and charity shop at Stoke Newington, opposite the historic Abney Park Cemetery where its founders are buried.
The Salvation Army’s Hoxton Corps (church) runs an Employment Plus Local initiative from its New North Road base. Jobseekers can expect to receive a friendly welcome and professional advice as they take part in job searches.
Pizza entrepreneur and founder of Papa John's, John Schnatter, visited Springfield Lodge today to give tips to young residents on how their could achieve their goals and chase their dreams.
The Salvation Army Emergency Response teams have been busy this Summer supporting rescue crews attending major fires across the capital - and elsewhere.