The 3Cs Care and Nursing Agency ventures south by Louise Clarke BASED IN Finestrat, the 3Cs Care and Nursing Agency is a community based home care and private nursing care provider covering the Costa Blanca. Until now, the agency has been based in the north of the region, covering from Alicante to Denia, but now they are venturing further south. Recruitment open day Next Wednesday, 22nd September, the agency will hold an Open Day at the TorreJoven Hotel in Punta Prima, as they are now launching in the southern Costa Blanca and Mar Menor. They are looking for staff to join their new southern team and need: • Qualified nurses • Experienced carers • Coordinators and Admin personnel with nursing background 3Cs are recruiting highly qualified and experienced staff for this area but you must
have your own transport. If you are interested, please go along to the Open Day with a copy of your up-to-date CV, two passport photographs and two references. In the event that you are unable to attend the Open Day, please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Clare on 671 856 875. CLIENTS REQUIRED The Agency is also looking for clients in the Southern Costa Blanca and Costa Calida. Any person requiring long or short term respite nursing care can also attend this Open Day where Agency staff will be on hand to meet you and advise you of their care packages or solutions to your current needs with a free assessment of your requirements. Those who are unable to attend the Open Day may email enquiries to email@example.com or phone Clare on 671 856 875. The agency is recommended by MABS Cancer Support.
Prison for ex-director of retirement home A FOUR-YEAR prison sentence and €135,000 to pay in compensation – that’s the price to pay for the woman who was the former director of the Malaga ‘Nuestra Señora de Gracia’ residential home, after she was found guilty of defrauding a foreign couple of their savings. The fraudulent ex-director conned the couple into giving her power of attorney in 2003 and subsequently withdrew in excess of €4,000 from their account and arranged a mortgage on their property in order to get her hands on more funds.
By Jack Troughton HARVEST TIME across the Costa Blanca has seen grapes being picked in vineyards and an assortment of vehicles travelling highways and byways loaded with the fruit. Producers are expecting a
bumper crop this September but as ever have an eye on the weather as heavy rain could spell disaster for grapes still on the vine. Pictured outside the Co-operativa in Jalon was this trailer load of Muscatell grapes waiting to be unloaded and pressed.
17 - 23 september 2010
RTN South Edition 570