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...
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) celebrated the landmark launch of its 200th shop in Caterham, Surrey (on 23 October, 2014).
In a break from the strong wind and rain, shoppers in Hemel Hempstead were treated to a spell of sunshine yesterday morning.
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.
The staff at the Salvation Army shop in Partick, Glasgow, are hosting their next sale day at 10am on 27 September.
An MSP has donated his old clothes to the Salvation Army in Dalkeith after a life-changing diet to cure his diabetes.
Shoppers in Poole had their first chance to do some bargain hunting in the new Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) charity shop as it opened its doors at 78 High Street on Tuesday 29 July.
The Salvation Army’s contribution during the Commonwealth Games, the creations of a talented artist from Devonport House in Plymouth and a record-breaking donation to support our work make this week's Salvation Army News Buzz
The Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is delighted to announce that through its strong retail, reuse and recycling profits, it has donated over £10.1 million to The Salvation Army.
Former British Number One tennis player Andrew Castle hosted the Salvation Army Trading Company’s annual conference in London. The event also featured an appearance by Britain’s Got Talent finalist mezzo-soprano Faryl Smith.