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May 16th 2017
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Crossroads in Accrington took part in an event at Burnley FC to raise awareness of how being young and homeless can contribute to poor mental health.

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March 31st 2017
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The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) and The Salvation Army officially declared the opening of a £5.4m Copper Beech Avenue project in Bramley, Leeds – saha's largest project to date – with an opening ceremony.

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March 28th 2017
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Bristol Council’s health and wellbeing tsar, Councillor Fi Hance visited The Salvation Army’s Logos House Lifehouse on Friday (24 March) to hear how government plans to change the way supported housing is funded could make it more difficult for the church and charity to continue helping people experiencing homelessness.

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March 21st 2017
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Staff and service users from The Salvation Army’s Ty Gobaith Lifehouse are celebrating winning the Best Medium Employer prize at the Quality Skills Alliance Apprenticeship Awards for the second year running

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March 21st 2017
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We are calling on the spirit of community in our search for talented locals as our new housing development in Bramley, Leeds, celebrates its official opening on Friday 31 March 2017.

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June 21st 2016
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MP visit to homeless centre

A centre for people experiencing homelessness in Blackburn received a visit from Blackburn MP Kate Hollern on Friday 17th June.

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March 13th 2015
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A 25-year-old man living at a Salvation Army Lifehouse in Stoke-on-Trent was a finalist for an award at a red carpet ceremony organised by The Prince’s Trust

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August 1st 2014
| by Joss

Amy's incredible story, the launch of a new modern slavery campaign and our Edinburgh Fringe Festival cabaret show make this week's Salvation Army News Buzz headlines

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June 17th 2014
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A man who lost his job, partner, and home, and saw his confidence decrease so much that he wouldn’t look people in the face has now begun work as a relief cycle mechanic at a social enterprise scheme run by The Salvation Army.

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December 25th 2013
| by Joss

At this time of year, many of us are celebrating the things closest to us – family, friends, and those we love. But for many of those in the care of The Salvation Army, such essentials for life are far from certain.

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