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Day: June 22, 2018

Guardamar Town Halls Bans All Bonfires Except the Official One

The town hall of Guardamar del Segura has announced that it is strictly prohibited to light any bonfires on any of the beaches within the municipality on the nights of 23 and 24 June for the San Juan fiestas. However, unlike other town halls, such as Torrevieja or Pilar de la Horadada, the burning of the official Hoguera will go ahead, so visitors won’t miss out completely. The burning of the official bonfire will take place on Saturday night going into Sunday early morning at 1.00h on the La Roqueta beach, at the end of the Paseo Marítimo. The...

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Rojales Municipal Outdoor Pool Is Open from Saturday

The outdoor pool for the municipality of Rojales is located in Ciudad Quesada The municipal outdoor swimming pool of Rojales opens to the public from Saturday 23 June. The opening hours will be from 10.30 to 14.00 and 16.00 to 20.00 every day of the week. This year is the first year that the pool will be open every Monday as up until now it was always closed. And the pool will be open every day until the end of the summer season on Sunday 9 September 2018. Date: Saturday 23 June 2018 Time: 10.30 to 14.00 and 16.00...

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Too Hot for Soccer?

Concerns have been raised over the health and safety of players, referees and spectators The Royal Spanish Football Federation is proposing changing the schedule of football matches due to the high temperatures of summer, in order to “ensure the health of athletes, referees, spectators and organizers of the meetings.” The decision was taken by the Executive Committee of the RFEF who proposed to amend Article 214 of the General Regulations to “achieve greater protection of athletes and their supporters in the soccer fields,” the agency said. With this proposal, the RFEF intend to change the game plan so that...

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Orihuela Launches Campaign to Get Foreign Residents Registered on the Padrón

An estimated 30,000 foreigners are not registered on the padrón in Orihuela Costa The town halls of Orihuela and Orihuela Costa have launched a campaign titled “Orihuela Avanza contigo. Empadrónate”, which aims to encourage more foreign residents to register on the padrón. According to official data, the Orihuela Costa has a total population of 23,000 habitants, 17,000 of which are foreign. However, the Department of Statistics estimates (from looking at NIE applications) that there are in fact around 30,000 non-Spaniards living on the coast that have not registered with the town hall as living here permanently. On the basis...

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