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Day: July 24, 2018

Ciudad Quesada gets ready to party

Fiestas start with giant paella this weekend The urbanisations of Ciudad Quesada have grown bigger than the town itself and their importance is recognised by their own fiestas, which are in honour of San Justo. They start with a tasty teaser as a giant paella will be cooked for everyone in the Plaza Blanca on Sunday, July the 29th, with a cheap bar and music to entertain. The fiestas get properly underway on Thursday, August 2nd with a Latin night and disco, a concert and disco on Friday, children’s activities and the Charanga Parade on Saturday and the religious...

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Habaneras by the river in Rojales

Choirs from the International Contest in Torrevieja to perform extra free concerts this week Three choirs participating in Torrevieja’s International Habaneras and Polyphony Contest will be performing this week in Rojales. The collaboration between the two local Town Halls through the Municipal Habaneras Trut has made this possible for the third year in a row, bringing the music to a wider audience and even greater renown. Three of the choirs competing in this 64th edition of the contest, which started yesterday, have been chosen: The Choir of Beljin University of Technology in China (Wednesday the 25th), Tavor Chamber Choir from Ukraine...

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Guido, strong in centre-back position

Guido joins CD Torrevieja straight from his home country of Argentina CD Torrevieja can now confirm that Gialleonardo Guido (Villa Carlos Paz, 1996) will be joining the club, after an agreement was reached by both parties. Guido plays in centre-back position. He is an excellent marker, and will bring a lot to the game. He stands out for his fantastic aerial game, when both defending and on the attack. The Argentinian player trained in the junior rankings of Club Atlético Rosario Central and joins CD Torrevieja straight from Club Atlético Carlos Paz in his home country. Welcome...

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Help Our Horses Thrive: Easy Horse Care Centre Urgent Appeal for Aid

It costs 5,000€ to run the Easy Horse Care Centre each week One hundred and twenty equines need your help today. These animals have suffered abuse and neglect for many years, until Sue and Rod Weeding, co-founders of Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre, took them in and gave them a home. Every horse, pony and donkey that lives at the sanctuary is a survivor. Can you imagine living in a cage surrounded by your faeces, harassed by flies and with little access to food and water? Can you imagine being beaten almost to death and then being abandoned? This...

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