The Salvation Army will perform at The Brewery, Romford, on Friday (December 16) to raise funds and awareness for the charity. 

The performance will take place from 10.30am and 1pm outside Sainsbury's. 

A spokesperson at The Brewery said: “The Salvation Army is an incredibly important charity within our community – supporting local people through their darkest times.

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"We are so happy to invite them back to the centre and really hope our visitors dig deep and give whatever they can to support this commendable charity.”

The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity, which has been fighting against social inequality and transforming lives for over 150 years.

Its volunteers work at the heart of communities across the UK and have 650 churches and community centres which offer friendship, practical help and support to some of the most disadvantaged people in communities.

Romford Recorder: Salvation Army band performs at The Brewery in RomfordSalvation Army band performs at The Brewery in Romford (Image: The Brewery)

They offer practical support and services to all who need them, regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.

They aim to eradicate homelessness, modern slavery, poverty and addiction.

They also campaign for social policy changes, greater support for older people and help people struggling with debts, unemployment, and isolation.

For people who are wishing to donate but are unable to attend their performances, donations can be completed online through the following link: Donate to Salvation Army