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May 21st 2015
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Four Salvationists have attended the prestigious garden parties at Buckingham Palace in recognition of their service to the local community.

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May 19th 2015
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Shoppers were queuing outside the door at the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop at 250 High Street, Beckenham on Thursday 14thMay as it opened its doors to the public for the first time

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May 8th 2015
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Model rail enthusiasts helped raise £350 for our community work in Canterbury by attending our two-day model railway exhibition at Ash Cartwright and Kelsey Primary School.

 

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April 23rd 2015
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Work to create an innovative community of affordable housing for local people has started at a site on Broad Lane, Bramley in Leeds which incorporates Mount Cross and Copper Beech Nursery.

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April 22nd 2015
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A new group to help tackle food poverty in Keighley was launched this week by the town’s Mayor, Cllr Graham Mitchell, and The Salvation Army’s Keighley church.

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April 21st 2015
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Young people from West Yorkshire have given up some of their Easter holiday to help out at The Salvation Army’s latest project in Bradford, The Orchard which opened last month.

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April 16th 2015
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An innovative project which aims to work with the community to support people experiencing homelessness with low to medium needs in Bradford has opened today, 23rd March 2015. 

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March 30th 2015
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Local traders have donated their time and materials to build a shower and wet room at Wokingham Salvation Army on Sturges Road for local people in need. 

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March 10th 2015
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A leading MP and member of the Cabinet visited The Salvation Army in Maidenhead for a Women’s World Day of Prayer service on Friday (March 6). 

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February 24th 2015
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Residents at our Lifehouse (centre for people experiencing homelessness) in Blackburn received a visit from local school pupils laden with food. 

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