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November 14th 2017
| by Elly

Conservative MP, Jonathan Djanogly spent the morning with staff and residents at Kings Ripton Court Lifehouse on Friday (10 November) to hear how changes in government funding could prevent The Salvation Army hostel from continuing to provide specialist supported housing to young people experiencing homelessness in and around Huntingdon. 

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October 18th 2017
| by Joss
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The Salvation Army’s Isle of Wight Corps (church) will be opening its doors to allow rough sleepers on the island to seek shelter throughout the cold winter months.

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September 4th 2017
| by Joss
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Independent research commissioned by The Salvation Army into the future of its homelessness services under a proposed government reform has revealed an uncertain outlook.

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April 27th 2017
| by Joss
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Conservative MP for Southampton Itchen, Royston Smith will officially open the new training room and gym at The Booth Centre

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July 13th 2016
| by Ally
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In the aftermath of Euro 2016 a Parliamentary football team faced fierce opposition from one of The Salvation Army's residential centre football teams.

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April 20th 2016
| by Joss

Last night (Thursday 21st April 2016), The Salvation Army lit a beacon to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday at Hendon Beach in Sunderland.

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April 20th 2016
| by Joss

“I believe my problems stem from not talking – from bottling things up inside. I want to encourage men to talk when things might seem not to be going right."

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January 22nd 2016
| by Joss

Young people from our residential centre in Accrington welcomed Lancashire County Council Leader Jennifer Mein and Graham Jones MP.

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July 16th 2015
| by Joss

A Bolton fundraiser – who set himself a series of epic fundraising events on the 10th anniversary of his brother’s death – is letting nothing stand in his way, despite an injury midway through his challenge.
 

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April 8th 2015
| by Joss

Inspired by the ten year anniversary of his brother’s death, Bolton resident, Peter Kane, 53 is set to run, swim and cycle more than 630 miles this year in a series of epic challenges to raise money for The Salvation Army.

 

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