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January 12th 2016
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This Wednesday (January 13, 2016) sees the launch of The Salvation Army’s new emergency response unit to support emergency service personnel and the community.

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January 12th 2016
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In Menkao people rely on growing cassava to survive. It is the one staple food consumed by most people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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October 5th 2015
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Having been open since 2010, the Salvation Army’s charity shop on Maldon’s High Street is celebrating as a band of five volunteers mark five years of service.

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October 2nd 2015
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Crowds of Thirsk shoppers flocked to the new Salvation Army Trading Company charity shop at 45 Market Place on Thursday 17th September as it opened its doors to the public for the first time.

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August 19th 2015
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Since being involved in the savings group, Mponda no longer relies on her husband to buy household essentials

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July 20th 2015
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An unassuming churchgoing granny of six is taking a leap of faith – 12,000-feet above Kent on 22 July 2015 - to raise funds for ongoing community work in Hythe.

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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
| by Joss

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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