London North East Division
The world leader of the Salvation Army will visit East London this weekend (Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Salvation Army in Poplar.
The Salvation Army has welcomed its first refugee family under the Community Sponsorship scheme.
Ilford Salvation Army is marking our 150th anniversary by once again opening its doors to vulnerable people over Christmas.
Over 800 people join in as The Salvation Army celebrates 25 years of the Hadleigh Training Centre
We gathered a few snaps from Easter 2013 and the March of Witness in Birmingham, Exeter, Harrow, Southsea, London, Boscombe, Worcester and Chatham.
Only eight weeks after the excitement of the London 2012 Mountain Bike event, the Hadleigh Farm Olympic Mountain Bike venue once again came to life on Friday 5 October, as Essex County Council and The Salvation Army teamed up with British Cycling to host a number of sporting and cultural activities at the venue.
On 19 May, the Olympic Flame set off on an epic whistle-stop tour of the UK for the Torch Relay - celebrating the 2012 Summer Olympics.
From Jersey to Cardiff, the beautiful golden torch covered a total distance of 8,000 miles over 70 days – passing Salvation Army churches along the way.
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.
A Salvation Army bandsman, who carried the Olympic Torch through Hatfield Peverel on Friday 6 July, has recalled how the experience was "very humbling."
Today The Salvation Army and Essex County Council welcomed Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Caroline Spelman, to the Hadleigh Farm Olympic Mountain Bike Venue to review progress in developing legacy plans working in partnership with Natural England.