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Schoolboys hit with ‘sexting’ fine Two school pupils have been fined €2,828 after an Alicante court found them guilty of ‘humiliating’ a classmate via the WhatsApp mobile phone messaging service. They admitted sending de-

rogatory sexual messages to the girl and asking her for photos. As the boys are minors, the fine will have to be paid by their parents. Full story in Friday’s Costa Blanca News


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Digging out

Precipitation which has caused flooding along Spain’s Mediterranean coast has fallen as snow in mountainous areas of northern Spain. Drivers in the north have faced problems on rural roads, with some vehicles having to be dug out of the snow, while several motorists on the coast have seen their cars engulfed by flood water. Full story in Friday’s Costa Blanca News

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Victims of gender violence in Benidorm will now be able to change their house locks for free. The council has signed an agreement with the locksmiths’ union to provide an extra helping hand to mistreated partners, with the inking of the deal timed to coincide with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women last Friday (November 25). According to Mayor Toni Pérez, the free service will be available to ‘all gender violence victims who have a court order authorising them to change the locks to their home’. The two companies belonging to the union will

swap the old one for a new safety lock, with all expenses covered by the town hall. Those concerned can request the service at the municipal equality council headquarters. Benidorm is the fourth town in Alicante province and the first in the Marina Baja district to sign this deal. Wiping out gender violence Dozens of bars, cafeterias and restaurants in the eight towns that constitute the Marina Baja district are currently adding their voice to the campaign to 'wipe' out gender violence. Customers are greeted by serviettes bearing the slo-

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Parents staged a protest in Bigastro on Sunday demanding that they be paid the grant towards school books from the regional government’s Xarxa Llibres scheme.

They are entitled to up to €200 under the programme, which was instigated at the start of the school year in September 2015. The parents expressed

their frustration at the impasse between the town hall and the regional government and are planning another demonstration for this Sunday.

Salty sea dogs in action Navy dog units have performed mock exercises in Los Alcázares, Cartagena, Bullas and Mula in Murcia region.

These exercises were to adhere to the new NATO protocols, according to the navy. The dog units performed

safety exercises and took part in boat boarding techniques, and were involved in bomb, explosive and drug detection exercises.

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All clear for new police station Benidorm council on Monday approved the reclassification of land needed for the construction of the new police station in the Salto del Agua area. This was a vital step before awarding ownership of the plot to the central government, which will have a maximum of five years to complete the work after accepting the donation. If the national executive fails to meet the deadline, possession will return to the local authorities. Benidorm council hopes this will not be the case, and has requested that Spanish President Mariano Rajoy in-

cludes the project in next year’s national budget. According to municipal heritage councillor Lourdes Caselles, the new police

station is ‘necessary and indispensable’ for both the National Police force based in the town and for the general public.

Running for Daniel The 33rd edition of the Benidorm half marathon, held last weekend, was the most emotive yet as organisers held a moving tribute to Daniel Juárez, who passed away after crossing the finishing line last year. A minute’s silence in

memory of the well-known and sorely missed runner was held at the start, while Mayor Toni Pérez handed a commemorative plaque to Daniel’s parents, relatives and friends. More than 2,500 athletes half of whom were foreign

residents or visitors - took part in the race through the streets of Benidorm, with Alicante-based Moroccan runner Mohamed Boucetta claiming the title in the male category, while Cuban ace Yamilka González lifted the trophy for the women.

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Wild gardening

The great collection The local council of Benitachell last week launched a food donation campaign under the title ‘La gran recogida’ (‘The great collection’). Organised by Alicante

Volunteers helped remove invasive exotic species of plants from the left bank of the mouth of the River Segura in Guardamar on Sunday. The activity was organised by the association of south-east naturalists (ANSE) in collaboration with the town hall. A council spokesman noted that these plants have spread over a wide area and so need to be eliminated. Vegetation that is native to the local dune systems is being planted in its place and watered to make sure it takes root.

food bank, residents deposited non-perishable foodstuffs at the collaborating supermarket MasyMas on Friday and Saturday. All proceeds went to the

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Four people were evacuated from their homes due to a fire in a block of flats in Callosa de Segura on Thursday, informed the Guardia Civil. The fire started in one flat and this was the only one damaged, but it af-

fected two more and the quantity of smoke required the four people who were in the building to be escorted out. Two of them were taken to Vega Baja Hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation

and one was discharged on Friday, while the other remained in observation but with no cause for concern. It seems that faulty electrics on an extractor started the fire, but the Guardia Civil are still investigating.

A fun day out More than 3,000 people took part in the ninth celebration of Universal Children’s Day in La Nucía on Saturday. Despite adverse weather predictions, the sun was shin-

ing as hundreds of children converged on the car park of the Camilo Cano sports centre to enjoy the handcraft workshops, bouncy castles, trampolines, dancing and up to 20

activities organised by the council completely free of charge. The aim of the event is to encourage integration and socialising among residents via fun games for kids.

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High seas smugglers A major international drug smuggling organisation has been taken down in Melilla, Lorca (Murcia), Málaga, Alicante and Algeciras (Cádiz) by the National Police, Guardia Civil and the customs agency. The operation also took place in international waters, where two boats were boarded and significant amounts of drugs seized. A total of 25 people have been arrested and over five tonnes of hashish seized, along with two supply ships, five pneumatic motor boats, weapons, cash, telephones, computers and lots of documents. A police spokesman said the gang smuggled drugs into Spain by sea and then on to Libya and Egypt, or by road into Europe – principally to France and Germany - in vehicles with false bottoms. They were divided into cells which managed the logistics, purchase and preparation of boats, storage and distribution of hashish So-called ‘mule cars’ were used to carry the drugs, using families with children so as not to attract

attention. Two yachts were boarded by Guardia Civil about 100 miles off the coast of Algeria, one flying under a fake German flag that was based at Almerimar (Almería) and carrying 950 kilos of hashish, and a Spanish-registered one based at Mazarrón, which contained over 4,000 kilos of the drug.

Another 200 kilos was found at one of the gang’s storehouses, in Villa Nueva de la Concepción (Málaga), where they had significant security measures in place and firearms to defend themselves. This joint operation was coordinated by the intelligence centre against organised crime (CITCO).

Fifty-five metres of ‘turrón’ Alicante city centre came to a standstill on Thursday evening when the world’s largest ever bar of ‘turrón’ was set out on tables along Avenida Federico Soto. The monster Christmas nougat sweet was created to mark the 75th anniversary of both high-street shopping centre franchise El Corte Inglés and provin-

cial newspaper Información. Tasters queued up for several hours just to grab one of the 10,000 portions of the soft, almond-based Jijona ‘turrón’ that measured 55 metres long and weighed 340 kilos, washed down with 700 litres of ‘mistela’ white wine liqueur.

Lack of interest Algorfa town hall has announced it is going to pay off €477,000 of its debt early in order to save money on interest payments. “So far this year the town hall has paid off more than a million euros of loans and the objective is to continue in this vein until most of the debt is gone,” explained mayor Manuel Ros. He assured that with these latest

payments they have saved residents €48,000 in interest, thanks to funding left over from the budget.

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Save your sight

Calpe ruins to be protected The council of culture announced this week that the roman ruins adjacent to Calpe rock, along with the ‘Queen’s Baths’, will soon be declared a site of cultural interest, meaning no more developments can ever take place on that particular stretch of coastline. The Roman ruins, dating back to between the second and seventh century, have been fenced off for many years, with the occasional tour being allowed. Archaeologists have spent many years uncovering relics and discovering how Roman life was lived by the sea. Originally reaching from the sea to the salt lake, the land between has been slowly built on over the years, covering a lot of the

Guardamar town hall has launched a campaign to prevent blindness by bringing together several local opticians to offer free eye tests until December 16. They are inviting all local residents to visit their nearest optician during this period to take advantage of the free eye tests and make sure that their eyes are healthy and their vision is good. One of the participating opticians, Specsavers Opticas on Avenida País Valenciano, said they are delighted to be part of this important campaign and hope that everyone will make the time to get their eyes tested. “There are approximately 285 million people worldwide who live with impaired vision and blindness. Of these, 39 million people are blind and 246 million have moderate or severe visual impairment, yet 80% of visual impairment is avoidable through treatment and protective measures. This shows just how import-

ant it is to take steps to prevent avoidable blindness from conditions such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy,” explains Francisco Manuel Jurado Alonso, the Specsavers store director. “All of these conditions and many others can be easily identified with a complete eye test and early diagnosis is crucial to effective treatment and avoiding permanent vision loss. If necessary, the optometrist will refer you directly for further medical examination with an ophthalmologist or doctor. This is an important health check as well as simply because you think you may need glasses.” Specsavers Opticas Guardamar is located in Avenida País Valenciano 43Bajo, Guardamar del Segura, Alicante, 03140. Call 96 508 3273 to book an eye test or visit for more information.

remains. The ruins included a luxury villa and a fish farm. As there is currently more development planned in Calpe, it was quite urgent that the remains of the site

were protected. Should you wish to visit this interesting location, it can be found along the seafront between the port and the Arenal beach.

When all this was fields In the not so distant past, Orihuela Costa was a largely uninhabited area with few homes and large swathes of empty land, in contrast to the mass of urbanisations that characterise the area today. If you are curious about the history of how this came about, a professor of human geography will be giving a talk

about it (in Spanish) at the town hall building in Playa Flamenca on Thursday (December 1). Dr Gregorio Canales Martínez from Alicante University will be presenting ‘The start and evolution of population on the coast of Orihuela’ at 7pm and entry is free.


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Christmas Raffle Tickets are now on sale for the Original Charity Shop and Library Christmas Raffle. Once again, local businesses and sponsors have been very generous and there are fabulous prizes to be won: a 42” TV; hampers filled with Christmas goodies; vouchers for restaurants, beauty treatments, hairdressing; wine; chocolates; and many other great prizes. A strip of five tickets will cost you only €3, giving you the opportunity to win a fantastic prize and at the same time support our campaign to provide Christmas gifts for the children attending the Raquel Paya School for children with special needs. These youngsters are already very excited and looking forward to Santa’s visit

and all the presents he has in that bag. Your generous contribution to the Christmas Raffle will ensure that they are not disappointed. Thank you for your continued support. The draw takes place on Saturday, December 17 at 12 noon in the shop. Find us on Avenida Fontana 14, Javea or the Library in Javea Park. And if you still haven’t found that special gift to give a loved one this Christmas, then we have the perfect solution. We now have €10 gift vouchers available, which makes an ideal present. For more information please see our web page: www.charityshoplib or email info@charityshop

Christmas Fair success The annual Paul Cunningham Christmas Fair took place at Casa Ventura, San Luis on Saturday. There were plenty of stalls for everyone to browse and the Torrevieja Barbershop Harmonisers brought a touch of Christmas sparkle with their renditions of carols and songs. Thanks go out to all the volunteer helpers on the day who work tirelessly for the charity, and to our glamorous models who brought a touch of Milan during the Fashion Show. We wish to thank everyone who

attended and helped raise money for this worthy cause. The next event in aid of the Paul Cunningham Nurses charity will be at The Club, Quesada on Wednesday, December 7 for an evening with the fabulous singer Rose Mack. She will be singing many favourtite songs from a variety of artists, including Abba, Celine Dion and many more. Tickets are ¤13, to include a twocourse dinner. To book your seat please telephone 066 717 028. Photos: Jim Ansell

Marina Alta Costa Blanca Floral Club Our Christmas Demonstration this year is on Wednesday, December 7 at our usual venue, La Senieta, Moraira. Our doors open at 2pm, when we will be welcoming one and all with a glass of Christmas cheer and a mince pie. Our visiting Demonstrator is Jean McClure from the UK and the title of her demonstration is 'With Christmas in mind'. Besides the beautiful flowers there is sure to be some bling and glitter. We will also be drawing the lucky winners of our Christmas Charity Hamper Raffle, and we have lots of lovely prizes besides the hamper. If

you haven't already purchased your tickets you can do so on the day. Entrance is €5 for members and €8 for visitors. All welcome. If you haven't been to one of our Demonstrations before, this is an ideal opportunity to come along and meet other members, while enjoying a glass of Christmas cheer. Our flowers are supplied by Paichi Garden Centre, and all the exhibits are raffled at the end of the afternoon. For further information contact Tina 96 583 3197 or visit our webpage or you can follow us on our Facebook Page.

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Smile donates to local charities The Smile Charity Group is pleased to announce their latest donations to local charities. They recently presented cheques for €500 to The Benijófar Crisis Appeal, Torrevieja Stroke Support and The Elche Children’s Home. The presentation took place outside the Oasis Bar & Bistro in Plaza de la Constitution, Benijófar. The photo shows (l-r): Annette English (Elche Children’s Home), Ted Kitchingham (Smile Charity Group), Luis Rodriguez (mayor of Benijófar), Pilar Yagues (Benijófar Social Services Director), Dolly Ford (Smile

Charity Group) and Lilybeth Stevens (Torrevieja Stroke Support). Smile is dedicated to supporting local charities, and is registered with the Valencian authorities as a nonprofit making organisation. In the past three years they have donated over €14,000 to local charities, with their aim being to “Put a Smile on the face of those in need on the Costa Blanca”. If you would like to get involved in their work, make new friends and generally have a great time, on or off stage, please contact them by email on

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Almoradi Monday Club The Almoradi Monday Club meet every first and third Monday of the month at 4pm in the Centro Social Rooms, The Plaza, Calle Antimo Illescas, off Calle Comunidad Valenciana in Almoradi. The idea of this modern and progressive club is that people who speak English and live in Almoradi or the surrounding area can meet on a regular but informal basis to talk together and enjoy life in this Spanish community. Club activities will include social events, lunches and

evening meals in and around the local area, with guest speakers at meetings and entertainment when possible. We will also try to associate ourselves with other local clubs that hold other events, including coach trips. If you are interested then come along to one of our meetings. For more information contact The Almoradi Monday Club is an English speaking club and is open to people of every nationality living in or just visiting Spain.

Cancer Care donation to La Fe Cancer Care Jávea were recently thrilled to hand over a cheque for ¤40,000 to the Pediatric Oncology Unit at La Fe Hospital in Valencia to help the team with their ongoing research. Cancer Care volunteers were delighted to welcome

Adela Caneta, Chief Pediatric Oncologist, and Pablo Berlanga, Pediatric Oncology Consultant, who are working on the early-phase clinical trials in Pediatric Oncology. Both are GICT Cancer investigators. The volunteers were given a wonderful

presentation about the ongoing research into children's cancers being done at the hospital. Cancer Care would like to thank all their volunteers and supporters, who help make these donations possible.

Costa Blanca North Gardening Circle Next meeting is Wednesday, December 7, note earlier time, at 1.30 for a prompt 2pm start. Venue is the Salon de Actos lecture theatre at La Senieta, Moraira. Our speaker is Brian Bolger,whose subject is 'Gardening in drought conditions', something of great interest to us all after the dry conditions in recent years. We will have our usual Q&A session, raffle, newsletter, plus plant and fertiliser sales, re-

freshments (with a special treat - homemade mince pies,courtesy of Joan!). The competition this month is a Christmas arrangement, using natural materials, and not more than one candle. As always, newcomers are very welcome to attend, and we will be taking names for our annual meal in January. Further info: http://costa or from secretary Joy, 96 649 8681 or 646 729 794.

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Serving the Samaritans, serving the community Samaritnas In Spain are available to support not just the local community, but provide help in various other parts of Spain, and are expanding to further areas. The latest fundraising night at El Alto La Dolores was organised to raise money for this very worthy cause, and a fantastic night with Woody ended with ¤965 being raised. The cruise, donated by the restaurant owners, was won this time by

Alan Chew, from El Raso. On Wednesday, December 14, a special Christmas Party night has been organised in aid of The Children's Care Home, Elche. Entertainment will be provided by Paula 'B', with her tribute show. Tickets are ¤15, which includes a three-course meal, and are available from Restaurante El Alto La Dolores; The Card Place in Benimar; The Post Room Benijófar; and REDZ cafe bar in Quesada.

Artists show off their work The Quesada Art Group are currently exhibiting their paintings at the Cultural Centre in Ciudad Quesada. You are welcome to come along and view the art work on display.

The group meet in the Cultural Centre on Wednesdays, from 10am till 12.30pm. We are always glad to have new artists joining our group. The exhibition will finish on December 2.

Age Concern Christmas Fair The weather smiled on us on Saturday, November 19, when a good crowd turned out for the Age Concern Christmas Fair at their Centre in La Siesta. The President of Age Concern, Maureen Payne, would like to say a big thank you to all the volunteers

and helpers who made the Fair a huge success - to everyone who made cakes and savouries, to those who made the handicrafts and to all those who donated prizes. The total raised was the large amount of ¤2,864.10.

Cruise winner Alan Chew with restaurant owner Berna, and Lynda Brettle and Glenys Palmer from Samaritans In Spain

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Barclays launches contactless ATMs Barclays Bank has launched Britain’s first contactless cash machines, allowing customers to withdraw money at the tap of a phone or card. The ATMs have initially been piloted in the north of England before being rolled out to 600 machines across Britain by the end of Janu-

ary next year. Customers will be able to take out up to £100 at the inbranch cash machines, which is faster and more secure than the traditional method of inserting a card and verifying the user through a PIN, according to Barclays. The bank said contactless withdrawals mean the card

or phone never leaves the hands of customers, removing the risk of magnetic card skimming. It also means customers will be better protected from distraction fraud - where con artists watch people enter their PIN and then distract the customer while stealing their card.

Tooth fairy becoming more generous The tooth fairy leaves £1.42 under children's pillows on average across the UK, research reveals.

This marks an increase compared with a year ago, when the average amount was £1.31.

The most common coin left under a child's pillow is a £1 coin, the survey from SunLife found.

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Christmas Fayre In aid of the APAH (Asociación Protectora Animales Horadada) animal charity. On Thursday, December 1, starting at 3pm, at The New Tavern, San Miguel de Salinas.

Cantabile Choir's Christmas Concert

Mulled wine and mince pies, cakes and pastries, raffle and tombola, stalls selling Christmas gifts. Find us at www.apahres or www.facebook. com/ApahRescueSanPedro

Hi De Hi Cabaret Show The Elite Harlequins will be presenting their Hi De Hi Cabaret Show at the Hotel Gran Sol, Calpe, on Saturday, December 10. Doors open 6pm; cabaret 8.30pm.

Two-course meal ¤15 including a glass of wine; threecourse meal ¤17.50 including half a bottle of wine. For tickets call Gran Sol 96 583 6282 or Carol Levey 649 689 107.

Art at Jávea Parador If you love art, a fabulous new opportunity is coming in 2017. World-class experts from The National Gallery, Antiques Road Show and other prestigious institutions will be giving illustrated talks on all aspects of fine and decorative arts. The inaugural meeting of MAFAS (the Marina Alta Fine Arts Society), which is part of the UK National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies, will be held for members of the society at the Parador de Javea at 10.30am on Thursday, January 19.

The speaker at this event, who is an Arts Tutor at the Open University, will be the notable Harry Fletcher. This extraordinary presentation will cover the highlights and influence of the major Spanish painters including Velazquez, El Greco and Picasso, amongst others. If you would like to become a member of the society and attend this first meeting please contact the membership secretary at uk or call 620 412 384.

In what will be Valerie Beange's first as M.D, Cantabile Choir are staging a Con-

cert of Carols on Thursday, December 8 at La Siesta Church, Torrevieja commenc-

ing 6.30pm. Admission will be free, with a collection taken in aid of Church funds.

Costa Blanca Anglican Chaplaincy Advent and Christmas Carols by the market: We are singing carols on the Monday market in Denia from 11am-1pm each Monday in Advent, starting on November 28. Carol services December 5 at 4.30pm:

Carol service at La Fustera Church, Benissa Costa. Afternoon tea, followed by a traditional service of nine lessons and carols at 4.30pm. Everyone welcome. December 8 at midnight: There will be a traditional service of nine lessons and carols

on Thursday, December 8 at 6.30pm in the Borja Palace, Gandia. The singing will be led by the Oliva U3A Choir. Mulled wine and mince pies will be served afterwards. We use the door on the front, near Burger King, next to the Café del Duc. All welcome.

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Spangles and sequins The concert at the Torrevieja Christian Fellowship, Avenida Valenciana on December 10 at 5pm promises to be a very sparkly affair! Spangles Ladies Barbershop Chorus is coming from Los Alcázares, Murcia to join Crescendo International Choir (whose ladies wear red sequined jackets) to sing a variety of songs in several languages. The concert is in aid of Age Concern and every penny of the ¤5 ticket price will go to this very worthwhile charity. Since starting out in 2004 with

only five ladies, Spangles has now grown to 35 members and are three times Gold Medal Barbershop Chorus Champions of Spain. Crescendo also started in 2004 and at present number more than 60 ladies and men of many nationalities. Tickets are available from Crescendo (Mary Mitchell 96 572 5641), Spangles (Lynn 693 017 617), and Age Concern 96 678 6887. Future Crescendo concerts are listed on the web page crescendo

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After their brilliant performance at ‚Jazz at the Parador‘ in 2014 Fabián Barraza Gypsy Jazz Trio returns with their amazing Jazz Manouche formation. One of the most exciting groups on the Spanish jazz scene they enthral audiences at jazz festivals and auditoriums across Spain. Fabian Barraza Gypsy Jazz Trio keep alive the musical spirit of one of the great jazz guitarists and composers, Django Reindhart - one of the most exciting and fascinating musicians of the 20th century, an icon of later generations and the greatest exponent of a jazz style that is still in force today: Gypsy Jazz or Jazz Manouche. This timeless style combines elements of the Central European musical tradition with the great USA jazz genre is still popular today and has extraordinary interpreters around the world, and especially in Europe. Fabián Barraza is one of Spain’s most internationally renowned interpreters. A talented guitarist with a great understanding of Gypsy Jazz, Barraza’s original rhythms has become an essential part of the jazz scene in this country. Deeply rooted in the Manouche Jazz tradition, their music is fresh and elegant, with the flavour of swing, a pure luxury to hear... Now Jazz lovers can enjoy the sounds of Fabián Barraza Gypsy Jazz Trío, on the 16th December at Jazz at the Parador.

Montgo Chorale's Christmas Concert Montgo Chorale's annual Christmas Concert this year breaks new ground in that it contains more than just the traditional Christmas Carols which we have been singing and enjoying for the past decade. Time for a change! Our programme will include two short works besides some Carols by the choir, plus the well-known ones in which we invite the audience to participate. Both works are new to us as a choir, and very likely are new

to the majority of the audience. We will open the concert with George Malcolm's Mass at the Crib, a comparatively unknown mass but beautifully written; short, unassuming and melodic. The other work is Vaughan Williams's Fantasia on Christmas Carols, in which he cleverly blends his love of traditional English folk music with traditional Carols. The baritone soloist in this work is John Edwards, who sang as one of our soloists five

years ago. Gordon Lawson is directing his last Christmas Concert with the chorale, and Heather Butcher is our accompanist. The concert will take place in the Fishermen's Church in Jávea Port at 4.30pm on Sunday, December 11. As usual, entry is free but we shall be collecting donations as you leave. The money raised will go to support the work of the local Caritas.











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BARC (Busot Animal Rescue Concern) is holding an Xmas Fashion Show on Monday, December 5 at 2.30pm at the BARC shop, Campello. Autumn/Winter collection.

Tickets are ¤7 including Chilli con carne, wine, beer and cava. Tickets from the BARC shop or Pat 630 892 513. All proceeds to help lost and abandoned animals.

Roll Out the Dance Floor Footwork Dance are answering a need for help from Los Montesinos Social Services by making a donation from the ticket sales of both their Summer Show and the forthcoming Christmas Show to help purchase some urgently required wheelchairs for the less able of the town. They will also be donating chocolate Santas for children and collecting food and goods to bring some Christmas cheer for the needy. The Christmas Show 'Roll Out the Dance Floor' will see the students of all age groups perform a variety of dance routines ranging from Ballet,

Acro and Jazz to Tap. As with all Footwork shows, it will be packed with many colourful costumes and excellent music. There will be lots of new routines, some old favourites, and of course the very young showing their skills and no doubt stealing the show. 'Roll Out the Dance Floor' can be seen on Sunday, December 11 at 7.30pm at the Casa de Cultura y Musica, Los Montesinos. Tickets are ¤7 and can be obtained from the Dance School by contacting Erica on 662 003 823, or from Kennedy’s Supermarket in Los Montesinos.

Help Christmas Fayre Help International Benidorm are holding a Christmas Fayre on Thursday, December 1, from 11am - 2pm at the Centro Social Jose Llorca Linares,

Calle Goya, Benidorm (near Benidorm train station). Bottle tombola, bric-a-brac, cake stalls and lots more. We need your support.

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Christmas Folk Fest Tuesday, December 6 at Casa de Cultura El Vergel near Ondara. In aid of Grant A Wish. With XIC Harmony Choir, Bob Dylan Tribute, Wendy McNeill, Niamh, Jools

Cooper and Sonal. Doors open 6pm, curtain up 8pm. Admission ¤12. Ticket reservations: 96 500 8816 or WhatsApp 636 169 258.

Charity 4 Charities auction And outside stalls every Monday at The Bull Flanagan Bar/Restaurant, Ciudad Quesada. Booking in 9.30am, starts 1pm.

Earn yourself a euro or two for unwanted items whilst grabbing a bargain or two. For more information tel 96 671 2803.

Party at APAD The APAD animal shelter in Denia is holding its traditional party on Sunday, December 4 at 1pm. As well as sausages and salads you can also enjoy paella and other delicacies, and to warm you up there will be mulled wine. There will be

live music, a second-hand market and also a raffle. APAD is asking people to take along homemade cakes for the buffet. The proceeds will go towards the daily care of the 170 dogs living at the shelter.

Come and celebrate with us Campello Christian Community are celebrating the opening of their new premises on December 3 and 4. December 3, 5-9pm: Open House (refreshments, live music, dancing and more). December 4, 11am: Special inauguration service

followed by buffet lunch. The new premises are in Calle San Bartolome 35 (Bajo No 6 - next door to Mercadona), 03560 El Campello. Email campellocc@gmail. com or tel 693 048 200. www.elcampellochristian

Rojales Pantomime Group present Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty, Olga the Wicked Witch and Ronnie Wood (look-alike!) plus other members of Rojales Pantomime Group met Father Christmas on the Santa train at the Christmas Shop on Saturday to advertise their forthcoming production of Sleeping Beauty at the Escuela de Música y Cultura, Los Montesinos, on January 12, 13 and 14.

Evening performances at 7.30pm, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Tickets are €7 for adults and €5 for children. Buy your tickets now in: Los Montesinos - Stewarts Domestic Appliances; Kennedys Supermarket; Bobby Joe’s. Algorfa - Johnsons Supermarket, La Finca; Mail Point. Quesada - The Park Inn; Quesada Fish and

쏡 For full reports on social and cultural events see Friday's

Chips; Post Room Dona Pepa. Benijófar - The Post Room; The Card Shop. Also: Bargain Books, Torrevieja; Cards and More, La Marina; The Hire Shop, San Luis; Reflections, San Luis; Christmas Shop, San Luis. For further information contact Christine 678 212 034. Supporting local charities.

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Winter warmers Chicken goulash Serves 4 4 chicken breasts, skinned Salt and freshly ground black pepper 4 tsp paprika 2 tbsp vegetable oil 2 medium onions, peeled and thinly sliced 2 green peppers, cored, seeded and sliced 3 tbsp tomato purée 300ml plain unsweetened yogurt 175g mushrooms, sliced Sprinkle the chicken with salt, pepper and 1 tsp of the paprika. Fry the chicken in the oil over moderate heat for 3 minutes on each side. Remove the chicken and fry the onions and peppers, stirring once or twice, for 4 minutes. Stir in the remaining paprika and the tomato purée, then the yogurt. Return the chicken to the pan, bring the sauce to the boil, cover and cook for 35 minutes, turning the chicken once during this time. Add the mushrooms and

Chorizo chilli con carne

continue cooking for 10 minutes. Taste the sauce and adjust the seasoning, if necessary. Boiled rice or noodles are the perfect partner for this dish. Chorizo chilli con carne Serves 4 3 tbsp oil 2 onions, peeled and chopped 1 garlic clove, peeled and crushed 450g lean minced beef 2 tsp dried oregano 1tsp ground cumin 1 tsp chilli powder 1 tbsp paprika pepper Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 x 400g can tomatoes 150ml beef stock 175g chorizo sausage, skinned and cut into bite-

sized pieces 1 x 432g can red kidney beans, drained Heat the oil in a large pan. Add the onions and garlic and fry for 5-10 minutes until lightly browned. Add the beef and cook for about 10 minutes until lightly browned. Stir in the oregano, cumin, chilli powder, paprika and salt and pepper to taste. Cook over a moderate heat for 2-3 minutes. Coarsely chop the tomatoes and add to the beef mixture with the tomao juice and beef stock. Cook, uncovered, over a moderate heat for about 10-15 minutes. Stir in the chorizo sausage and beans and cook for a further 5 minutes. Serve hot with boiled rice or crisp tortilla or corn crackers.

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Age before beauty? The current crop of beauty idols are giving Marilyn, Audrey and co a run for their money, as a new poll reveals Cara Delevingne's bushy brows have been voted the most iconic beauty look of all time, taking 66% of the vote. Marilyn Monroe's beauty spot came second (48%) in the survey by cosmetics brand NKDb, while Kim Kardashian's contouring came third (32%). Kim's 19-year-old sister Kylie and her enhanced pout also made it into the top 10. 1. Cara Delevingne's bushy brows 2. Marilyn Monroe's beauty spot 3. Kim Kardashian's contour 4. Audrey Hepburn's cat eyes 5. Twiggy's lashes 6. Elizabeth Taylor's Cleopatra

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Princess Diana’s famous dresses are to be exhibited at Kensington Palace as part of the Diana: Her Fashion Story show. The exhibition, which opens on February 24, will trace the evolution of Diana's look. It will display 26 of the Princess's outfits from her public life including glamorous evening gowns from the 1980s and chic suits from her working wardrobe of the 1990s. Highlights will include the Victor Edelstein ink blue velvet gown she wore to the White House when she danced with John Travolta in 1985.

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Don't let yourself go in middle age Keeping fit and healthy in middle age is key to reducing the risk of heart problems later in life, research suggests. Staying slim, keeping blood pressure low and staying free of diabetes between the ages of 45 and 55 reduces the risk of heart failure by 86% for their remaining life, according to a new study. The debilitating condition, in which the heart struggles to pump blood around the body, often leaves people bedbound and unable to walk far, and they are usually breathless, even when resting. But the new study, led by North-

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Work out your emotions Exercise is good for your mind as well as your body – and research shows that different activities can boost your mood in different ways. 쐽 Aerobic classes make you more confident and decisive. Tip: Do a 30-minute aerobic workout or jogging session every day to improve your well-being. 쐽 Endurance sports such as running can help you develop staying power and stop you giving up on something difficult. Tip: Carry on exercising

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Endometrial cancer

Cancer of the endometrium, unlike many other cancers, is often diagnosed early. Early diagnosis means that the cancer can be treated and survival rates are very good by comparison. Early diagnosis, however, can only be obtained if the patient takes notice of the symptoms and reports them to her doctor! Endometrial cancer (also known as cancer of the womb) occurs when the cells that form the lining of the womb (the endometrium) multiply in an abnormal fashion and form a tumour. Some women are at greater risk than others, such as those who: 쐽 Have never been pregnant 쐽 Started menstruating at a young age (younger than 12) 쐽 Had a late menopause 쐽 Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (causing irregular ovulation) 쐽 Are diabetic (causing irregular ovulation) 쐽 Are obese (causing irregular ovulation) 쐽 Are older, especially when past the menopause 쐽 Are using hormone treatments for breast cancer (although the benefits usually outweigh the risks) 쐽 Have Hereditary Non-

polyposis Colorectal Cancer (HNPCC). This is an inherited syndrome that increases the risk of certain cancers including colon and endometrial cancer. 쐽 Are using oestrogen only hormone replacement therapy. Signs and symptoms of endometrial cancer may include: 쐽 Bleeding after the menopause 쐽 Bleeding between periods

쐽 An abnormal, watery or bloody discharge 쐽 Low abdominal pain 쐽 Pain during intercourse. There are numerous causes for the symptoms listed above and most are not serious. However, it is important to see your doctor promptly with any of the above symptoms to make sure especially if you are in one of the above risk categories.

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21 Like a first class return to the Orient (4) 24 Rustic lover was in a turmoil (5) 25 Smoothing things out at the end of the day (7) 26/27 He'll find a way to get you moving (6,5) Down 1 Engagement in Sussex? (6) 2 First part of evolution going to seed (5) 3 Bermuda dollar contains part of a wall (4) 5 Took back what one said about the decanter (8) 6 Sour liquid made in grave (7) 7 Ken's is like Hanks (6) 8 Seaside feature is a cover for illegal activities (5) 13 A client has a new place in Spain (8) 15 Moon goddess following in a state (7) 17 Pointless gift is arranged beforehand (6) 18 A falsehood not initiated by a stranger (5) 19 It once made quite a racket (6) 22 Southern tipple given to pigs (5) 23 Wager on a second letter from Greece (4)

Spanish-English crossword

Complete the puzzle using the Cryptic Regular clues Down or Regular clues - the answers are the Across 1 Conflict (6) same. 1/18/9 An oath alluding 2 Egg cell (5) Cryptic clues: across 1/18/9 Family, maybe, and a big noise, but very melodramatic (An oath, alluding to mayhem) (5,3,7) 4 Endures courage as verbs change (6) 9 See 1 10 Ocean going craft? Hardly (5) 11 Reel back with a lascivious look on one's face (4) 12 Old horse in a midday setting is an odd figure (7) 13/14 Where workers make a pile? (3,4) 16 Spikes from avocado pears (4) 18 See 1 20 Revolutionary type of tyre getting about (7)

to mayhem (5,3,7) 4 Stands up to (6) 9 See 1 10 Small boat (5) 11 Sneer (4) 12 Nine-sided polygon (7) 13/14 Formicary (3,4) 16 Hearing organs (4) 18 See 1 20 Fundamental (7) 21 Continent (4) 24 Beau (5) 25 Nightfall (7) 26/27 Trip organiser (6,5)

3 Lower part of a wall (4) 5 Took back (8) 6 Food preservative (7) 7 Hanks (6) 8 Facade (5) 13 Spanish port (8) 15 US state (7) 17 Predetermined (6) 18 Unfamiliar (5) 19 Strong cord (6) 22 Pigs (5) 23 Greek letter (4)

Improve your vocabulary with our Spanish/English crossword. The clues are in Spanish and the answers are in English. Down Across 1 Arriba (5) 1 Surtido (8) 2 Refugio (7) 7 Entero (5) 3 Ratas (4) 8 Allá (4,5) 4 Once (6) 9 Mar (3) 5 Caballo (5) 10 Come (4) 6 Décadas (7) 11 Liga (6) 7 Pesos (7) 13 Afirma (6) 14 Palos (de poco grosor) (6) 12 Bayas (7) 13 Avanzar (7) 17 Paquete (grande) (6) 15 Cortina (7) 18 Gota (4) 16 Empieza (6) 20 Hacha (3) 17 Pétalo (5) 22 Eliminar (9) 19 Prensa (5) 23 Garras (5) 21 Bolígrafo (4) 24 Tan pronto como (2,4,2)

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Tips for saving money on your electricity bill 1. Make sure the power you have contracted is adequate for your needs, and no higher! 2. Contract the low tariff... You can expect savings of around 50% according to tariff. 3. Check your electricity bill - the graph shows your usage of high and low tariffs. 4. The lowest cost tariff for domestic contracts

is from 10pm until 12 noon (summer times 11pm until 1pm). 5. It is essential to adhere to the times stipulated on the low tariff... otherwise a higher charge will be made on the peak times and you’ll lose the benefits of a low tariff. 6. Use washing machines, dryers, water heaters, irons, dishwashers, swimming pool

pumps, air-conditioning, etc at night or first thing in the mornings, during low tariff hours. 7. Look at the electricity consumption rating when you purchase domestic appliances... A+++ is the most efficient. 8. Money saved using the low tariff can be used for heating, etc. Most people find their electricity bill remains the same even

when they have installed an efficient electrical heating system. 9. Some people may complain they find no saving using low cost tariff but this is because they are not adhering to the low tariff times! I have been using low tariff with Iberdrola for more than 25 years now and personally I find it means a substantial saving

every month. In a future article, we will look at the most advanced appliances to use in combination with the low tariff. Text supplied by Tony Clark, The International Electrician. For more information please phone Tony on 96 688 0287.

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Denia Cat APAD Protection League

Aldea Felina Viaje is a beautiful and very affectionate siamese boy. He came as a little kitten together with his sister. He gets along well with others, and is very playful and cuddly. For adopting Viaje or any of our other cats, the shelter is open every Sunday, 10am -12pm or please call Luisa for an appointment 648 100 629.

Megan is about two and a half years old and a real strong dog and full of the joys of life. She always searches for contact with everybody, humans as well as other animals, wanting them to play with her. She is used to living in a family. Her owner was very ill and his wife wasn’t able to take care of the dog. So, with a heavy heart, she had to let the dog go to the animal shelter. Fortunately, Megan has overcome this big change. She is a very active dog and she needs


a sporty family to use up her energy. Tel 96 642 7678,,

Hans and Herma are an older couple of dogs who were found together in Benissa. It would be good if they could stay together. Any offers? For more info call the shelter 657 689 567.


APASA S.C.A.N. Cats For Adoption I am Nayla and I am a very little girl who has been abandoned along with my brothers. I am a real live-wire and am never still! I am very affectionate, intelligent, confident and love climbing all over you. Come and meet me, you will definitely fall in love with me, in fact I will become your lucky black cat! For Adoptions ring Pam 615 408 788. For all our Animals see

Rado, male, shelter since 07.02.2014. Crossbreed, DOB 15.12.2013. 38cm. Rado came to the shelter when he was still a puppy and he was together with his whole family, ie all his siblings and his mother. Somebody had found them in the field and we managed to save them all. Rado is still here, whereas all the rest of the family has already been lucky to be adopted. Rado is also a nice dog but he too will need some training from people because here in the shelter he is mainly learning from other dogs. For more information call 618 754 635.

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Sally is just 8 months old and had been discarded by the people she thought would protect her. She was being bullied on the streets by feral cats and when we approached her with a cat box she immediately walked straight into it. She loves to curl up on a lap and will make a wonderful companion. Sally is vaccinated and sterilised.,

Louie, Spanish Mastiff. This big guy is a real gentle giant. He is loveable and likes a good belly rub. He is good with people and in excellent condition. He was found wandering the streets trying to interact with people. He appears to have been well looked after, but has obviously been lost and with no microchip found, we do not know his owners. He is well house trained, is very good on a lead and when left to roam freely within boundaries. He would make an excellent family dog. If you are able to give Louie a home, please call 600 845 420.

Animal Protection in Horadada Leo was born in May 2010 and rescued by APAH when he was only 2 months old. He is a lovely dog, but sadly Leo has never been offered a home. He has a long-term medical condition which is not contagious and maintained by medication. APAH is looking for a long-term foster home where he can spend the rest of his life in a loving home environment and the cost of his medical treatment will by met by the charity. To arrange to meet Leo, please call 630 422 563 or 616 210 850.


Athena is a beautiful, now nearly 6 months old, female pup, really good with other dogs that she lives with. Athena will not grow large, the vet has advised 6-7 kilos when fully grown. Athena loves being cuddled and is very affectionate. Living in a home she is used to all the norms of family life. For more information about Athena please ring the PEPA helpline on 650 304 746 or email

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Thanksgiving Thanksgiving, probably more than any other holiday, always brings out the sentimentalist in me. Most likely, it’s because of the vague, syrupy memories of a time when everything moved much slower and the food tasted much better. When I was young, we usually went to visit my mom’s brother, Uncle Bernard; his picturesque farm was out in the countryside of Southern Indiana, a few miles north of my hometown of Loogootee. The farm wasn’t exactly over the river and through the woods but it was close. (Note 1). Since we didn’t have a car, Uncle Bernard would come into town and pick us up; us being my mom, my sister, my brother and I. Uncle Bernard owned a four- or five-year-old preWWII Chevrolet that he drove so slowly, it seemed to take an hour to make the five-mile trip to the farm. His wife, Aunt Lucinea, was usually waiting on us when we finally arrived because, even though Thanksgiving was special, it was still a workday on the farm. Someone had to milk and feed the cows and the two work horses also had to be fed. It wasn’t me; to a six or or seven year old, the cows were a little scary and the horses were enormous. I seem to recall one cow being called Bossy, and for the horses, their names were Dobbin and…, and… well, shoot. I can’t remember the other one. There were also chickens, lots of chickens. Because of that, my memory tells me we had a baked hen on the holiday instead of turkey. However, that might not be right since I didn’t know the difference at that age. I do know we had fried chicken, but that was because fried chicken was a mainstay on their table and was served at almost every evening meal, just like hot biscuits and apple butter. The chickens were kept in the pen behind the smokehouse and when we were at the farm, the job of feeding the chickens fell to my brother Ron and me. It was also our job to catch three or four of those chickens and stick ‘em under a washtub where they would end up on the dinner table. The footing was slippery on the wet and frozen ground, which made snagging a crazed, wing-flapping chicken a difficult job. In addition, it took a certain amount of skill, a skill that my younger brother had not yet acquired, to raise that washtub just enough to stick a squirming chicken under it without letting the others loose. When we had them captured, my aunt or uncle would dispatch them using either the neck wringing method or an axe and the tree stump. Regardless pf the method, the headless bodies still flopped around in the blood-spattered snow while Ron and I tried to herd them together. The big folks were also busy getting a wood fire going under the big cast iron pot in the back yard. They needed hot water to dip the carcasses in so that the feathers could be pulled off. The smell of those hot, wet feathers should have been enough to turn me off fried chicken for life, but in this case, the end justified the means. My Aunt Lucine’s chicken would have made the Colonel throw rocks at his. Her frying of multiple

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On the box Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC1, 8pm) Thursday, 1/12/2016 Amanda Holden takes part in the popular genealogy documentary, in which famous faces trace their family trees. The actress and presenter looks into the rumoured French ancestry on her mother's side of the family, an investigation that leads to an extraordinary Napoleonic-era cross-Channel romance. But she doesn't stop there. The suicide of her paternal grandfather has always loomed large over her family - and when his story takes her to France once again, she is moved to discover how he helped others through a harrowing tragedy.

A regular column by Gordon Grindstaff, 'Across the pond' chickens also guaranteed that the young people at the table did not have to fight over the wishbone. (Note 2). In the years we didn’t go to Uncle Bernard’s farm, we went to my Uncle Mike and Aunt Marie’s home for the holiday. Uncle Mike and Aunt Marie provided me with my first identifiable taste of turkey. I know that to be true because Uncle Mike didn’t own a car so he would walk downtown a day or two before the holiday and come home dragging a live turkey on a leash like a big reluctant puppy where it went under a washtub. I don’t mean to imply that a trip downtown was a long way. This was a town of 2,500 souls and you could walk all the way across town and not break into a sweat. Even still today, I have no idea where he went to get that turkey and I never knew how it ended up on the table because he kept the method of snuffing it out to himself. In my limited exposure to the ways of the world, Uncle Mike also seemed to be unusual in that he did most of the cooking on Thanksgiving. In addition to killing and cleaning that turkey, he produced a moist, golden-brown bird stuffed with a mixture that, 50 years later, I can still taste. Uncle Mike made the turkey dressing from scratch using, among other things, oysters, and it tasted like the nectar of the gods. Although I didn’t think it strange at the time, now that I look back on it, I don’t know how he did it. This was, after all, the late 1940’s and here was a man who couldn’t drive a car, who lived in a small town at least 1,000 miles from the nearest oyster, and yet he came up with a turkey stuffing that would have been at home on any table in any seafaring town. Although I never figured out where he got hold of those little bi-valve creatures, I will say that I have tried to carry on his tradition of making oyster stuffing on Thanksgiving Day. Unfortunately, no one in my family will eat it. ******* G2 notes: Note 1: You know, even as I wrote that phrase, I found myself wondering if there are younger folks out there who will read this, scratch their heads and say aloud, “Over the river? What the hell is he talking about?” Note 2: Do kids still fight over the wishbone? Do turkeys still have wishbones or has that been bred out of them in the interests of keeping peace at the dinner table?

Our Guy in China (C4, 9pm) Monday, 5/12/2016 Guy Martin concludes his Chinese adventure by taking on his toughest-ever physical challenge as he sets to break the record for the fastest crossing of the Taklamakan Desert on a bicycle. He must travel 341 miles along the world's longest desert highway in less than 47 hours and as extreme fatigue sets in, he starts to nod off while riding, swerving off the edge of the road. Stopping in a lay-by for food and rest, he can't sleep because of his overactive mind and decides to keep riding through the night as he heads for the finish line in Qiemo. Last in the series.

The Choir: Gareth's Best in Britain (BBC2, 9pm) Tuesday, 6/12/2016 It's the Grand Final of Gareth Malone's contest to find Britain's most entertaining, undiscovered, amateur choir. Three are left in the game, and all that stands between them and the title of series champion is one last challenge, and that comes with a twist. While the loss of their leader poses a problem for one choir, another group decamps to the country to focus all their energies on victory. The choirs have 10 days to perfect their performances before they compete one final time, in front of a 2,000-strong crowd and a jury of musical experts, at London's Central Hall Westminster.

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November 30, 2016 - N° 479 FULL SET OF BIG Bertha golf clubs with bertha bag €200 Phone 650205900.

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SANCT BERNHARD Torrevieja. Offers inc. VITAFIT Ginkgo-Magnesium. 400 tablets €20.50 or buy 3+ for €18.50 each. 966 706 765

SALE OF FAMILY golf share 27 holes Denia Sella golf court. phone (0034) 608 794 216 or 96 577 1783

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HOOVER OTSEIN TUMBLE dryer. Compact model STOH360 6Kg top loading. Ideal for small space. Hight 85cm, width 40cm, depth 60cm full working order 95€ Tel 639 615 510 (Altea) Buyer collects GARDEN FOLDAWAY CHAIRS, plastic, dark green, includes 2 new navy and white cushions, 50 euros. Tel. 607 408 340 Calpe BEHA NORWEGIAN HEATERS, wall hung convector heaters, for economical instant heat. Tel. 620 523 613/966 498 993 Moraira Plumbing & Heating ELECTRIC CENTRAL HEATING BOILER, change your gas boiler to electric, ideal for small bungalow or apt. no more gas bottles. Tel. 620 523 613/966 498 993 Moraira Plumbing & Heating 6 DINING ROOM chairs for sale, red, suede leather, stainless steel bottom, shape, excellent condition, 200 euros. Tel. 620 523 613 SMEG GAS FIRE flueless with propane brand new. Can be fitted anywhere. Black 400 € 602 403 507

FULL GIRLS BEDROOM consisting of bed with pull out bed below, large chest of drawers, 2 large wall shelves and wardrobe. All in brown wood and dark pink. All made of wood. Please whatsapp for pictures. Price250 € the lot, buyer collects or 300 € delivered to your door. Contact Joyce 670 461 678 FAMILY GOLF SHARE, 27 holes, owner leaving. Your share will save you money and allow the family to play as often as they wish. Bargain €12000. Call 616590180

UNUSUAL DARK WOOD grain effect wall unit, height 193 cm, width 80 cm and depth 25 cm, shelf space 33 cm high, 70 €. Tel. 607 408 340 Calpe

PARKING IN BENIDORM for caravans, boats, cars, etc. Fully enclosed with 24h security. From 20 € per month. Call Parking Antonio on 609607745

12KVA 3 CYLINDER watercooled diesel generator 1750 € cost 10k. 12 volt/2000 watt Victron inverter/charger 750€. 675 878 601

SANCT BERNHARD Costa Blanca. Offers inc. Omega 3-6-9 for a cholesterol and joint-conscious diet. 180 caps €9.60 or buy 3+ for €9.00 each. 965 780 425

ELECTRO MOBILITY SCOOTER, model Handicar Winner. 45 km range, road legal, like new. 500 € Tel. 619 860 104

Items wanted SEARCHING FOR RECORDS. All types of music wanted. We pay the best prices. Tel: 622 750 117

LOOSE COVERS, CURTAINS etc. made to measure. Choose from a wide range of beautiful materials in your own home. Javea based. Tel 965 771 397, 686 453 827

THE EASIEST WAY to book your classifieds in The Post is to email the text to (South) or (North) SOLAR POOL HEATING, solar collector for pool heating or hot water, 3 slides a 1,40x3,0 m with jointer. Ideal for fitting on top of carport. New 600€, now 250€ neg. ꇴ 603 147 899

CORONA AWNINGS, BLINDS and carpets has been providing shade on the Costa Blanca for over 20 years. We install all types of blinds and interior blinds. Visit our showroom or call Nick for a no obligation quote. We are on the N332 Alfaz near McDonalds. Phone on 966 865 753 or 658 990 719

WE BUY LUXURY WATCHES For Cash! Rolex, Cartier, Omega, A/P, Hublot etc. Instant Cash Payment! Tel: 658 670 777. Or email: WANTED: WASHERS, FRIDGES, freezers, dishwashers, ovens. Cash waiting Tel. 965 874 838. Benidorm to Denia BEER LABELS WANTED by collector, good condition 콯 698 219 433

EVENTUALLY WE ALL DIE. Expats do not need a grave here, unfortunately family often do not visit if they are living in the UK. An alternative is donating your body to science which is a tenth of the cost. Information Tel. 644.345.109

ACCOMPANY YOUR PET(S) whilst they are driven in comfort to any destination in Europe by an experienced animal carer/driver. Contact Denise. info@petchauffeur .eu or Tel 952 197 187 696 233 848 SPAMA GANDIA SHELTER Dog and cat rescue registered charity, La Safor area. 500 animals awaiting rehoming. Shelter open 7 days a week 12noon - 2.00pm & 3.30pm - 7.00pm. (Spanish speaking staff) or phone Gail 962 896 118 / Lesley 962 813 226 Visit our website and view our new blog PLEASE HELP US TO HELP THEM! FREE HORSE MANURE in Javea Valls. Telephone 634 305042. EXPERIENCED DOG SITTER can care for your pooch in pleasant and secure surroundings. For competitive rates and more information please call 648 820 699 TRANSPORT FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS & CATS. Transporting your pets from Spain to France & UK and UK to Spain & France, other destinations on request. Full Spanish Licence & operating in accordance with EEC rules & regulations (ie DEFRA equivalent). The well being & safety of your pet is our priority. For best rates & service call 688 611 441. THE EASIEST WAY to get your classifieds in The Post is to e-mail the text to (South) or (North)

DO YOU HAVE A STORY IN YOU? Legends from the war that you want penning down on paper? As a ghostwriter, I am an experienced author and can help you write your biography! Or do you need a simple article writing?Contact me, via email for more information about fees, services and samples,

IF THERE IS anyone looking for a puppy or a dog that is in desperate need of a new home please contact the facebook site " costa blanca dog homing" We are always in desperate need of foster homes, short and long term, and if anyone can offer this please call 965 698 052

SANCT BERNHARD Calpe. Offers inc. FORMOFIT for natural weight control. 210 caps (1 month supply) €35 or buy 3+ for €32 each. 965 836 807

COSTA BLANCA DOG transport. The comfort of your pet is our priority. Excellent rates and Defra run. www.costablancadoghom Tel 675 485 613

YOGI was found in a bin when he was around 6 weeks old. He was a bag of bones when he came to us, had diarrhoea and wasn’t eating well. As with all our dogs he was treated for fleas and worms; gradually he got better and also got his appetite back. He is growing into to a healthy, happy and affectionate boy who loves his food and playing with his kennel mates. He is now 11 weeks old and has the relevant puppy vaccinations so If you would like to visit Yogi or would like more information please contact the kennels directly on 966 710 047 or email

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November 30, 2016 - N° 479 AUTOMATIC LHD CARS for sale and wanted. Part exchange possible. All transfer paperwork expertly handled and included. Gary Moraira 661034297 gslhdau www.carsalescost

Animal world CHANCE FOR ANIMALS: protection needs your help for general maintenance, walking our dogs. As we have to leave the house, we are desp. looking for people, who adopt our rescued dogs! Food welcome!! German braco, and lots more! 15 small puppies for adoption! Crevillente 콯 610 687 421 or visit us on: Cuatropatas TRANS-PET PROFESSIONAL door 2 door pet transport. Fully equipped vehicle with aircon & independently run heating and cooling. Open plan vehicle with 2 carers. Welfare in Transit Authorised. Kennels & cattery in Alicante. sha ES 965960658 or 600552030 UK 07801 272 162

WE BUY ANY CAR , don't sell your car without calling us first for your FREE instant quote Tel 630 961 755 WANT TO DRIVE your LHD car to the UK & sell it when you get there? Call 658 670 777 or UK 07874 223 456

Motorbikes GREAT GIFT, MOTOCROSS bikes ideal for boys & girls 8/12yrs KTM 65cc & Kawasaki 65cc good condition, selling due to upgrade to larger bike. Reasonable offers! 607 415 517/607 415 520.

HOUSE/ PET SITTER AVAILABLE, long and short term stays. Protect your property with a sitter, reliable, honest, trustworthy and with references. Can also care for your animals in your own home. Tel. 648 820 699

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P.E.P.A. (THE HELPING Hands Charity for Animals) Needs Help! By fostering an abandoned dog or spending a few hours each week on our telephone helpline You could help save the lives of many animals. Please telephone: 650 304 746 or 96 283 3325 For more information and to view our animals please browse our website:

BARGAINS IN CARS, Vans and Motorbikes, we have a wide choice with something to suit every budget - Compare our prices and save 1,000·s !! ! Find us at, or call in at Nuciacar, on the CV70 at the entrance to La Nucia Industrial Zone, ( next to MRU ) open 10am to 2pm, or call us on 966897140, or 609667394.

PET TRAVEL UK Family pet transporters Spain/UK. Travel with your pets for free. All air conditioned vehicles (no vans) Removals also arranged in other vehicles. Tel UK 0800 612 4922 or Spain 960130537

WWW.WEWILLBUYANYCAR.ES Free on line car valuation. Call 666126 662

We buy Spanish, English and all Euro Cars R.H.D, L.H.D. 4X4s, MPVs, Diese & Vans, Motor homes, classics, motorcycles, lscash No more unwanted Suma bills or Finespaid All p/work taken out of your name Find us on Facebook - info@carsr Spanish registered business

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SPANISH MOVES Small removals and deliveries. Spain/UK Budget prices. Last minute jobs undertaken. Pet transport also arranged in our air conditioned pet/people carriers. Telephone UK 0800 612 4922 or Spain 960 130 537

MAN & VAN for hire, cheap and reliable. Jalon Valley & surrounding area. 966 480 757 or 636 100 873

SILVERDALE TRANSPORT UK Spain UK Part/ full loads Est 20 yrs on the Costa Blanca with many happy customers Tel 01270 872731 07952170306 0034 627371937 WWW.WAY2GOHIRE.COM One way van hire, UK-Spain-UK, Pets welcome, drivers available. See our front page ad every week in The Post. Call 965 794 682

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Insurances SOS INSURANCE. Best Deals! All types of Insurance covered. Funeral Plans from 0.80€ per day and Funeral Insurance from less than 10€ p/m. Tel 966 787 123/ mobile 622 275 561. info@sosinsurancein

CAMPING & BUNGALOWS LOS LLANOS, Denia. The best on the beach. Your paradise. Plots and bungalows at good prices. 649 455 158 LUXURY MOTORHOME FOR SALE Rapido 997M Mercedes 2.7 Automatic A Class £43,000 or €50,000. A top of the range A Class Motorhome that is fully loaded with a host of luxury extras. A left hand drive vehicle, registered in the UK that is ideal for continental touring. FSH, only 21,000 miles. Comes with all equipment and is ready to drive away. For full specification and photos, please contact James McAllister as follows: Tel: 0034 966762264, email: jamessamuelm, mobile: 0034 693513678

Nautical & accessories

BAYLINER 175 SPEEDBOAT 2008 for sale 3 Ltr inboard mercury lots of extras and ready for use nice boat €6500 Phone 650205900 MARINA BERTH FOR rent, 12x3.8m, Marina de Denia, well located and easily accessible. Contact

SAILING BOAT FOR sale in Altea. Jeanneau Sun Way 21 (1992) Full service history. With mooring in Altea harbour. Reduced to 9.400 €. Tel 669 849 085 EXCELLENT SKI/LEISURE BOAT in great condition. Bayliner Capri18.50ft bow rider 2001, berthed in Les Bassettes, Benissa, mooring available, 8.500€. Selling due to upgrade. Photos on request 607 415 520

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COMPUTERSERVICE FROM German IT-Pro. Repair, Consulting, Training + SmartPhone & Tabletts. More: Call Robert 966 474 822 or 628 614 812

Lawyers & Solicitors ENGLISH AND SPANISH SOLICITORS – all legal and tax matters covered including Wills (English and Spanish), sales and purchases, translations, etc. Appointments available in La Nucia and Moraira. Tel. 966 874 548 – PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR, debts collected, discreet. Legal services. 콯 697 834 934 FOREIGNER SERVICE, NIE, RESIDENCIA! Don`t queue in Denia we have appointments ! CLS-Büro, Javea Port Tel: 965 792 451

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COMPURED COMPUTERS your reliable IT-specialist in Orihuela Costa. Sale and repair of Computers, Laptops, Tablets, Phones and much more. We also offer Mobile Internet, Printers and Supplies, Websites, Networks, Domains - you name it, we have it! Conveniently located on the N-332 between Cabo Roig and La Zenia roundabouts. Phone 966 761 647 or visit


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LAPTOPS - SECOND HAND & refurbished at very good prices with guarantee! We are also constantly looking to buy used or broken devices. Compured Computers, located on the N-332 between Cabo Roig and La Zenia roundabouts. Phone 966 761 647 or visit or for online laptop sale

SATELLITE SYSTEM REPAIR service, dish alignment, upgrades, installations. All problems solved. 965 666 206

UK SATELLITE TV INSTALLATIONS covering from Gandia to Calpe & surrounding areas since 2004. See our ad every week in THE POST. Call 667 196 186 BRIT BOX FREE Internet TV SKY Sports, SKY Movies, SKY Channels, UKTV, Boxsets, Adult if required. Only 145 euros No monthly fees. Tel 657766341

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PORTABLE AIR CON unit for rent 75 euros per week. Call Moraira Plumbing & Heating 620 523 613 / 966 498 993

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November 30, 2016 - N° 479 Advertising Feature

INSULATING YOUR HOME CAN SAVE YOU LOADS ON YOUR ENERGY BILL With the cold weather approaching and those ever increasing heating bills falling through the letterbox, now is the time to insulate and save money. Your house will be a much cosier environment when insulated. We can insulate the cavities in walls, ceilings and even floors. If you property has suspended plaster ceiling, the heat loss could be as high as 50%. The ecoconfort process fills the cavities with small polystyrene beads, which are injected into the cavity with an adhesive, to give a fully filled insulation mass. The injection process is effected from the outside of the property, via a series of 25mm holes which when finished are barely visible. There is a minimum of dirt or disruption inside the house. The insulating properties of the ecoconfort system remain effective for the life of the building and are not affected by water, bacteria, or mould, etc. The insulation also helps to eliminate black mould patches, which often appear on bedroom and bathroom walls. You will be amazed at the immediate difference you will feel in your property and also in your pocket. To arrange a survey of your property and a no obligation quote, please call 626 997 748 For more information visit our website or send us an email:

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CA PEPE RESTAURANTE The lunchtime menu is back! 3 courses and a drink 17.50, Wed to Sat 12.30 - 3 pm. Sundays excluded. Call 965 743 311. LAURAS@SAFFY´S BAR, CALPE. English Breakfasts, Fish & Chips, Sunday Lunch, open Tues to Sat 10am-3pm & 6-9pm, Sun 12.30-5pm. Avda Europa, at the very end on the roundabout. Tel. 667 613 045

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DETACHED VILLA, 3 bed, 2 baths, sep, studio annex, lge garage, pool, 399,500€ Tel 680 326 337.

Orihuela Costa

Villajoyosa VILLAJOYOSA, PARAÍSO, 3 bed, 2 bath top floor (5th) apartment in small block, built 2002, spacious living/ dining, large double glazed terrace, mountain views, fully equipped kitchen, undercover parking. Swimming pool. Close all amenities & bus stop. 174,000 euros fully furnished. Please call 670 385 954 or liddellperez 4 BED WOODEN HOUSE with 28,000 sq m of land. Electric and water, totally legal. 179,000€ . Relleu. Tel. 622 275 561


Altea/Albir/Alfaz del Pi

APARTMENT FOR SALE Guardamar del Segura, Alicante front sand dunes heritage humanity , from 1000m beaches +34 651 839 768 +34 667 781 433

Rojales CIUDAD QUESADA villa 500m2 plot, 4 double bedr., large balcony, large bathroom, large shower. & cloackroom, lounge dinnigr. Large kitchen with white goods, double glazed conservatory, car port, solar panel for heated pool, screened bbq area. Oil central heating throughout. Seeing is believing 340,000€ 콯 688 486 752 Private

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LOVELY 2-BED apartment in La Zenia, Orihuela Costa. 400 mtrs to the beach, surrounded by all services & Zenia Boulevard shopping centre. Also to let, 2-bed apart. High quality, first line beach. Playa Flamenca. Affordable prices 콯617 709 701 - 606 438 053 email:

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PM Elektro Mobile

Sales . Purchases . Rentals . Service & Repairs We are specialists in e-bikes NEW YEAR NEW LOCATION On 2 January, we move 250 m along the road into our larger, upgraded showroom and workshop, right next door to Mercadona and facing the N332. We look forward to seeing you there!

Different models and colours

We can also convert ordinary bikes into e-bikes

We also offer different types and models of mobility scooters

CLOSED FROM DEC. 24 UNTIL JAN. 2 Opening Hours: Tel: 965 077 563 . Mobile: 651 893 214 Monday - Friday 9:00 - 14:00 Centro Comercial Saturday 9:00 - 13:00 03177, San Fulgencio, La Marina Sunday closed Calle Mar BĂĄltico 8, Local 7. Behind Lidl supermarket, next to Falken Tours

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