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Bar Come along and enjoy the craic!



Lina & Frank (Curro) welcome you

An Old Iris h Wel com e EVERY WEDNESDAY LIVE ENTERTAINMENT See boards for details of guest acts

Every Sunday 8pm Fun Quiz & Play Your Cards Right with DJ Ian

Paseo Mediterraneo, Mojacar Playa

Mojacar Playa

Saturday 2nd July Live Music with Robin Saturdays 9th & 16th July Disco & Karaoke with Steve KIng Saturday 23rd July Live Music with Ashley Saturday 30th July Disco & Karaoke with Steve KIng


OPEN EVERY DAY 5 pm 'til 2 am

Bar El Parque Hotel Ancla Comercial - - - - - Z-10 - - Provenzal

Sharna‘s 18th birthday at The Emerald Isle

All Football, Rugby and GAA shown on big screens Snacks available Private Parties catered

Guinness & Murphy's on draught

OPEN: Mon to Fri 5pm 'til late - Sat & Sun 2pm 'til late Mojacar Playa (near La Hacienda) Tlf: 678 914 923 Z-3

A grand “Spain’s Got Talent” charity fundraiser in aid of Help the Hero’s was held at the home of Anne and Dennis Blandford, near Lorca at the end of May. The event, planned with precision over the last 12 months, sold its 200 tickets in less than a week and the waiting list for cancellations grew steadily. Ann and Dennis work extremely hard for different charities and as soon as one event finishes the planning for the next begins. Mojácar was represented by our very own, Rod Bridges, Geoff Cook, Norman Hatfield, Tracey and Paul Ingham and young Alistair. Rod and Geoff, last year’s Stavros and Flatly, were joined by Norman and together they formed their spoof version of The Three Degrees (above). Rod re-enacted his version of The Wedding Singer (right) with Norman and Tracey. Geoff, Tracey and Paul gave a wonderful comedy version of "Dirty Dancing" and Alistair took the title of Spain's Got Talent dancing his way through “Thriller” and, to his delight, walking away with a huge trophy. Ann and Dennis prearranged a representative from the Help The Hero’s Organisation to travel from Gibraltar for the evening’s fund raiser and a cheque for over 3,700€ was presented to him by Ann Wheeler, who herself has suffered the loss of her beloved grandson William, who died in Afghanistan, aged only 18 years old. A poignant moment which brought it home to us all just how our service men and women put their lives at risk for their country. The evening finished with jubilant flag waving and singing and the finale was spectacular with a Scottish piper bringing the evening to a close. Ann and Dennis, well done once again! PAGE 6

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