Talking of associations, the Asociación de Alcohólicos Rehabilitados de Almuñécar y La Herradura (ARDA) has handed back the small subvention that they received from the Town Hall, as, they say, they feel discriminated against.
Hey, we’ve got a new boulevard, sort of thing. It runs down side of the river in the P-4. I’m not sure how far it goes down, but it looks as if it runs all the way down to the tennis courts, near the main road.
The XXXII National Congress of Bonsais was held in the conference room of Hotel Playa, between the 2nd and 4th of October.
I don’t know about you guys but I missed the off-road trials that were held in Taramay, just below Hotel Playcalida on the 27th of September – hardly surprisingly really, as that falls within Gazette Utter Madness Week; the run up to going to print. It had just rained the night before, but far from…
It was a bit of a strange European Day in Almuñécar this year. Several people asked us if we had any news on when or where it would be – there was even some doubt about it taking place or not, owing to the present economical squeeze on the municipal coffers.
The Coro de Cámara de Juventudes Musicales de Almuñécar won Third Prize in the international choir competition that was held in Barcelona. Congratulations, Folks!
The Almuñécar political class, as well as many Almuñequeros, were surprised when the Supreme Court acquitted the Mayor of Almuñécar over the Tropical Fruits SA case.
If the Mayor of Almuñécar were a racehorse, under his present circumstances, nobody would bet on him, but he repeatedly crosses the judicial finishing line in first place.
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.