Sally Army


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Sally Army

n
(Protestantism) informal Brit short for Salvation Army
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I do not now like to see men in uniform, even the Sally Army gives me the creeps, or the Remembrance Day procession along the seafront.
The gracious and neatly-dressed Sally Army officer, who normally collects donations in Birkenhead Market, was on the big drum.
I expect it is against C N Westerman's principles to own a house but if they do will they leave it to the Sally Army and not their family when they kick the bucket?
M Caine Earlsdon Thanks for all your Sally Army support ON BEHALF of the Coventry City Corps of The Salvation Army, I would like to take the opportunity to thank the people of Coventry for their financial giving during our Christmas collection period in December 2017.
Dr Timothy Cross Grangetown, Cardiff Sally Army shows us right priorities I RECEIVED a letter from the fine people of the Salvation Army, expressing their wish that no one should be homeless, hungry or lonely.
Finally, he visits PAUL O'GRADY: THE SALLY ARMY AND ME BBC1, 6pm So far in this series, the presenter has appeared to be having mostly a great time, hanging out with fellow Salvation Army volunteers while learning more about the organisation's work.
Paul O'Grady's The Sally Army and Me on BBC1 shows how caring and compassionate this man is.
The fourth episode of Paul O'Grady: The Sally Army and Me, is on BBC1, 6pm, tonight
Paul, 60, has been busy filming BBC One documentary The Sally Army and Me, and Sunday's episode shows his visit to Scotland to find out more about the charity helping people with dementia.
As the cheeky chaps search for gambling dens, Miss Adelaide wails and the New York version of the Sally Army parades around trying to drive out the devil.
That's why we're appealing for a band of Sally Army helpers who can donate as much time as they can to our Heckmondwike shop during the festive period.