Salvation Army Trading Company start an exciting new venture as their branded tea bags are launched in over 1700 Co-operative shops across the UK.
Friday 17th February was the beginning of London Fashion Week, an exciting time for many. Those who are fashion conscious will have had their eyes on upcoming trends to see what their new wardrobe must-haves will be this year.
It’s Pancake Day next Tuesday! Hooray!
But after you’ve indulged in those delicious pancakes and tried to decide which is your favourite topping (mine’s golden syrup), you might be thinking about what you’re going to give up for Lent.
The Salvation Army charity shop on George Street in Altrincham is to hold an event to drive interest in volunteering on 24th February to encourage members of the community to give their time to the shop.
We’ve moved on from January. We’re approaching Spring. Does anyone else feel like they need a good clear out at home?
If you weren’t aware, it’s the New Year! It is now well and truly 2017. And with a new year, comes a new you, right?
We all know that while Christmas is a time of togetherness and love, it can also be a time of great spending! If you want to save money without giving up too much, a few changes here and there can make a big difference. Take a look at these hacks for a frugal Christmas
The Salvation Army Trading Company is always encouraging their Head Office staff to take a day away from their desks and volunteer in their local shop.
Andrew, from our Customer Service Team, gives his account of his day of volunteering in our Stevenage shop:
The Salvation Army have opened their first Donation Centre, a building with the specific purpose of collecting donations from the public to sell in their charity shops both locally and across the UK. The Donation Centre, which opened its doors in West Bromwich in October, was born from the need of more donations to stock The Salvation Army’s chain of charity shops with the thought being that an out-of-town and purpose built centre is more convenient than a small shop in the centre of town. The Salvation Army hope that this new centre will see a great increase in donations, together with a greater breadth including furniture and other household items.
And those of us who are last minute won’t even start shopping until the week before if we’re lucky. But it’s common knowledge that Christmas comes early in the retail world, what with supermarkets selling wrapping paper and mince pies from September and garden centres getting out their Christmas trees at the first sign of frost. So as a retailer we have to keep up with these trends and traditions.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! A time of love, laughter, family. A time to eat chocolates in front of the television and snuggle up with a blanket. It’s a time of being together. It’s a time of giving.
As Remembrance Day, 11th November, draws closer many of our shops have expressed this in their window displays. Across the country shop teams have gathered to create thoughtful and creative displays incorporating the poppy and other recognisable remembrance items.