For August, the Ladies Committee proudly presents to you, Neville Barrett, General Manager of the Salvos Stores (a branch of the Salvation Army).

The first Salvation Army recycling depots were opened in Australia in 1880 and provided work, accommodation and food for men leaving prison - known as a 'Prison Gate Brigade Home'. From these humble beginnings the Salvation Army has developed a multi-million dollar recycling service. They currently operate the largest international network of collection centres, retail stores and recycled clothing export services.

This development has been driven by our commitment to gaining the maximum benefits from the recycling industry in order to provide funds for the mission of the Salvation Army.

Join us this month for this sure to be informative presentation, over a delectable two-course lunch.