The quarterly British Embassy News Letter – July
Marco Peñalver and Carlos Rodriguez, from the Almuñécar-based club, Show Time BMX, won the Spanish BMX championships in San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante.
La Herradura’s last vestige of its wooden-pier-and-paseo days has now been completely eliminated; in its place is just what passes for sand and the original palm trees.
The Aula del Mar (Classroom of the Sea) has begun its awareness campaign for the protection of marine fauna and flora along the Almuñécar coast.
The Motril Councillor for Culture, Elena Vallejo, announced that she was pleased by the number of visitors that have seen the Motril del altos vuelos exhibition. Over a thousand people have been to see this aircraft model exhibition at the Museo de Historia de la Ciudad.
The IU Spokesman in Salobreña, Angel Coello, quickly responded to Mª Carmen Rodríguez Callejón’s (Councillor for Citizen Safety) press release.
The Salobreña blue-zone system won’t be coming into being until the 1st of August, but even so, it has attracted criticism from the opposition party, IU.
The Almuñécar Town Hall has had the riverbeds cleared of vegetation, which not only gives the town a cleaner image, but also reduces damage caused during summer flash floods.
The Celtic-music band, Bibracte opened the summer programme for la Herradura, 2013.
Before you jump to the conclusion that the Town Council has been evicted from the town-hall building, we should explain that it was a building that they had been leasing as a day centre for the elderly.