If all goes to schedule, we should be at the printer Monday (30th) morning and being distributed by Wednesday the 2nd.
And now for the news from Órgiva… there isn’t any, so you’re just going to have to make do with some photos from your fiestas.
The Ermita de Lanjarón just celebrated its 100th birthday, during the fiestas de Virgen del Pilar, of course.
The Spas in Lanjarón are going to extend their offers to attract more clients. Thanks to the deep-pocketed Junta de Andalucía, also known as the Santa from Sevilla, 6m euros will be granted, bringing the total investment up to 11m euros.
According to the Mayor of Lanjarón, Mariano Ruiz, the Museo del Agua will definitely – cross-my-heart-and-hope-to-die, sort of thing – will be open before the year is out, although he didn’t mention which year, mind.
Well now, long has there been a small war raging near Cigarrones, over the Río Guadalfeo from Órgiva.
Hi, all, and welcome to the November Edition of Alpujarra Angle! As you may have noticed, winter is approaching our corner of the world, although nobody would have guessed it…
A touch of Fem Power was abounding during the III Feria de Mujeres Emprendedoras, which was held in the huge function hall at the Balneario de Lanjarón.
The placing of a mobile-telephone mast right next to the Lobras sports centre will be earning Telefónica no Christmas cards this year – nobody in this small village likes it being there.
The University of Granada has moved to the Alpujarra. Well, they haven’t actually slapped some wheels on it and trundled it along to Órgiva, but have provided university courses for people over fifty, thanks to an agreement struck between the University of Granada and the Órgiva Town Hall.