Salosolidaridad is a volunteer organisation made up of some 50 members who are doing their part during the lock down, buying food and delivering it to those who need it.
They operate through the Town Hall, which organises the visits to the homes of those that live alone, doing their shopping for them, or simply keeping them company.
The Town Hall, by the way, has set up two phone lines; one’s a mobile and the other’s a landline, where you can get the answers to your questions. They are: 958 61 00 11 and 673 07 57 95.
Moving on we come to Chiringuito Flores on Salobreña’s main beach, which has donated all the food it had in its store to those in need around town.
Chiringuito owner, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, (Javi Flores) explained, “Whilst I am able, I am prepared to help those that need it.”
The lock down is crippling for the hostelry trade, especially with a cancelled Semana Santa just around the corner, which for business that have just made it through the lean winter months, is like a mini summer period, trade wise.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)