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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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April 7th 2016
| by Joss

A Salvation Army church initiative to help people who are vulnerable or in need has welcomed Gareth Thomas MP through its doors to see how it is helping people in the community.

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April 7th 2016
| by Kirsten

The co-convener of The Scottish Green Party has praised Edinburgh Gorgie Salvation Army for being at the heart of its community.

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March 16th 2016
| by Joss

Dr Helen Cameron, head of Public Affairs for The Salvation Army, said: "We commend the way Major Colin Bradshaw has drawn attention to this deeply personal issue.

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