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The Salvation Army hall to reopen later this month
The Salvation Army will be opening its doors later this month after an extensive refurbishment to its hall.
Work on the organisation's Harrow Corps building in Roxeth Hill was needed after cracks appeared in the walls.
The Salvation Army, which first arrived in Harrow in 1887, will be holding a reopening celebration on Saturday, September 28.
Members are calling for people to come forward with ideas of how best to use the hall.
Church leader Captain Pauline Milner said: “We plan to work together with South Harrow Churches Together to provide a food bank as we felt it was good to work with others rather than run our own separate food parcel programme. We felt this would best serve the community.
“It’s great to be back with a visible presence in the community. We want to serve the people of Harrow through the building God has given us and we’d love to hear what the community feel we could help with.
“We welcome anyone to come in and see us in our new building. It would just be lovely for people to see our newly refurbished home.”
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