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December 3rd 2014
| by Joss

A community project run by The Salvation Army in Winsford which provides a weekly day care session for local adults for more than 25 years recently held a special street party for service users.

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November 25th 2014
| by Joss

More than 860 people have been helped six months on since the launch of an innovative new scheme to get people who are homeless or ex-offenders back on their feet.

 
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November 18th 2014
| by Joss

A scheme, aimed at helping those furthest from employment to find a job has been making a real difference in Nottingham.

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November 18th 2014
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This World Toilet Day (19th November) read why good sanitation is so important, and how The Salvation Army is helping communities in Malawi to address this problem. 

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November 13th 2014
| by Joss

The Rt Hon Baroness Hilary Armstrong of Hill Top visited The Salvation Army's Southwick Community Project in Sunderland which is on the front line of our battle against poverty in the UK. 

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October 31st 2014
| by Joss

In this week's News Buzz, bargain hunters enjoy some retail therapy as our Trading Company celebrates the launch of its 200th shop, youth cafe forges ahead in Sutton-In-Ashfield and one inspirational boy is on the ball for cancer charity... 

 
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October 27th 2014
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Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) celebrated the landmark launch of its 200th shop in Caterham, Surrey (on 23 October, 2014). 

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October 17th 2014
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Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) will be celebrating the landmark launch of its 200th shop next week when the doors open in Caterham’s town centre.

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September 19th 2014
| by Gaby

Generous Southeast Londoners provided practical aid to people who are seeking asylum and are accommodated at the Queen’s Hotel, Crystal Palace, in a response co-ordinated by Upper Norwood Salvation Army.

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September 8th 2014
| by Joss

A chef battling daily obstacles as a result of degenerative brain damage will bring encouragement and teaching to Hadleigh Training Centre students who have faced barriers to learning and employment.

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