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October 28th 2016
| by Anna
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An MSP has praised The Salvation Army in Glenrothes for being a "valuable local resource".

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October 21st 2016
| by Anna
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As part of a programme of renovations at The Salvation Army’s church (corps) in Keighley a new community café has opened the doors on compassion, hospitality and a crackin ‘Army cup of tea’ this week (Monday 10th October 2016). 
 
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October 18th 2016
| by Anna
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The Tenby Corps of the Salvation Army are preparing to mark its 130th anniversary of worship and service in the town with a weekend of celebration.

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October 11th 2016
| by Anna

Trainees learning wood work at The Salvation Army’s Hadleigh Farm presented four handmade benches to the Anvil Trust on Friday (7 October) for its residents with learning disabilities.

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September 28th 2016
| by Elly

>The local Salvation Army church is launching a new community choir and lunch club in hope to offer a regular opportunity for people to socialise, build friendships across the local community.

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September 20th 2016
| by Anna
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A reunion festival is being held this weekend (24th and 25th of September) to celebrate 135 years of the Salvation Army Sheffield Citadel Band. 

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September 13th 2016
| by Anna

Staff, volunteers and service users from the Salvation Army homelessness service Booth House in Swindon competed alongside six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny last weekend in Revolve24, a 24 hour relay road race held on the Grand Prix Circuit at Brands Hatch.

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September 12th 2016
| by Anna

A new service including an emergency food provision is being launched in Torquay on the 12 September to deliver sustainable support to some of the most vulnerable local people.

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September 8th 2016
| by Anna

It is not uncommon for the complex issue of poverty to be reduced to the lack of possessions, or the physical resources we need to survive. 

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August 11th 2016
| by Elly
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The Salvation Army’s SAFE School of Arts celebrated 30 years of supporting people with special needs from National Star College in Cheltenham.

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