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April 15th 2014
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Bellshill Salvation Army is celebrating a fresh start after opening the doors to its stunning £1.3million community hall. 
 

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April 4th 2014
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Budding footballers at homeless centres across Scotland have come together to promote a scheme aimed at helping athletes' families and volunteers find a place to stay during the Commonwealth Games.

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April 1st 2014
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Coventry City Council has awarded The Salvation Army with a city-wide contract to provide support to people who are homeless or ex-offenders to help get back on their feet.

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March 12th 2014
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Only days after winning a social services award for being the centre with the most improved quality and delivery of service, London’s Edward Alsop Court hosted the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Kris Hopkins MP.

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March 7th 2014
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A groundbreaking community hub which is finding new ways of helping homeless people and a lady who dedicates her spare time helping elderly people and children in Cardiff are just some of the individuals and centres recognised by The Salvation Army.

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February 27th 2014
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Dewdown House Care Home in Weston-Super-Mare won Older People's Service of the year last year. Anne Goodman, Centre Manager, said winning the award hadn't just given the staff a boost but the residents and their families too.

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February 12th 2014
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A 24-year-old man living at a Salvation Army Lifehouse in Stoke-on-Trent is preparing to start his own business after a chaplain at the centre for homeless people encouraged him to take part in a local football tournament to help restore his confidence.

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December 5th 2013
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Our double-decker bus service that provides food, shelter and aid for homeless people in Cardiff is back on the road thanks to a supermarket’s £10,000 donation.

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November 19th 2013
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A pensioner strode to the grand finale of his 8,000-mile trek across the UK and Ireland to raise £100,000 for The Salvation Army’s work with homeless people and victims of human trafficking.
 

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September 16th 2013
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Two boxers whose disappearance shocked the London Olympics have been tracked down by Sky Tyne and Wear to The Salvation Amry's Homeless centre in Sunderland.

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