A middle-age man had the misfortune of falling down a flight of steps on the Calle de La Agua in Motril.
Just when you’re thinking that La Herradura has already been completely rebuilt, we bring you news of more street works.
The old town of La Herradura is like any other Andalusian one that was revamped in the 70’s – cobblestone surfaces and plenty of steps, however in today’s world people with mobility problems are taken more into account. How ever did the elderly make do before during the centuries?
La Herradura is seeing quite a bit of maintenance and renovation work being carried out around the village; this time it is between Maravillas Norte and Camino Real.
The stone steps up in the old town of La Herradura have long been a bit tricky, especially when they are slippery from rain, which is why the Town Hall maintenance crews have been hard at work, sorting them out.
The new team at the Town Hall wheel are keen to leave their mark on La Herradura, which can been seen with the recent activity in Barrio Espinar.
First of all, the steps that lead from the barrio up to Camino Real are having new paving stones laid. Secondly, the little gardens are being tidied up and replanted and finally the walls that run down the stream bed have been re-painted.