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May 16th 2017
| by emily

Crossroads in Accrington took part in an event at Burnley FC to raise awareness of how being young and homeless can contribute to poor mental health.

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May 11th 2017
| by emily

A Liverpool based bike project, which supports local people who are unemployed, asylum seekers or have learning disabilities, is getting ready to hold its first bike sale and community event after restoring and servicing more than 50 bikes in the year it’s been up and running. 

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May 9th 2017
| by emily
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A community group, Snack and Chat, has launched at The Salvation Army’s church (corps), in Ellesmere Port with the aim of building relationships with local people and strengthening their connections with the community. 

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March 24th 2017
| by emily
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“To be a strong mother doesn’t mean I can’t also be vulnerable – I just need to trust that through faith we are made strong.”

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September 1st 2016
| by Elly
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Residents from Coedpoeth gathered to see local MP, Susan Elan Jones cut the ribbon at The Salvation Army’s new location for its community shop while the church’s band played outside.

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August 25th 2016
| by Elly

A centre which provides accommodation and support for young people and families who have experienced homelessness has been praised. 

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August 17th 2016
| by Elly

A community shop in Coedpoeth is getting ready to move into new premises with the aim of increasing the support given to some of the most vulnerable local people. The opening event is being held on Wednesday 31st August at 10am and the community is invited to join the celebrations.  

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August 5th 2016
| by Elly
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Crossroads, an Accrington based centre run by The Salvation Army which provides accommodation and support for young people, held a reunion event for past residents to return and share their stories since leaving the service. 

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August 1st 2016
| by Ally
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A Fleetwood centre providing accommodation and support for young people and families who have experienced homelessness is celebrating receiving a score of 93% in a recent Independent Quality Inspectorate (IQI). 

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