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Day: November 3, 2018

Quesada goes Medieval

Next thing Oi knows, it gets peculiar-like. Ye’re comin’ out dressed like a wench* It’s time to get MEDIEVAL, this time in Quesada, as the town is set to celebrate this popular charicterised event next week. The Medieval Market, Quesada, is being held between the 9th and 11th of November, in the Plaza Blanca, where a range of stalls will be offering artisan and themed goods, and demonstrations of traditional activities such as tool making and food preparation will be given, whilst everyone taking part (including yourself if you’re brave enough) will be dressed to impress in their most...

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Artisan Craft Market and Music at the Rojales Caves on Sunday

Don’t forget that this Sunday is the first Sunday of the month, so that means it’s time for the monthly artisan crafts market at the Rojales caves. There will be plenty to see this Sunday as always, with stallholders selling their art and craft goods, exhibitions and workshops taking place and live music being performed. This Sunday, the musical performance will be given by The Dirty Belly Band, a rock group from the Murcia town of Molina de Segura who are known for their cover versions of tracks predominantly from the blockbuster films by Quentin Tarantino. They will take...

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This is an editorial feature provided by, We would like- if we may- to take this opportunity to kindly inform you about the Annual tax return for non-residents with properties in Spain, as we have detected that this issue is still creating some confusion among many people. First of all, if you own a property in Spain, it is automatically considered as a type of income and consequently, all owners named on the Title Deed must submit an annual declaration of the property owned, despite the fact that you might be non-Tax resident, or you might not have any...

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Lírica Nostra Offer Free Concert This Evening

Lírica Nostra may sound like a dangerous mafioso gang of organised criminals, but this group is anything but. In fact, their full name kind of gives it away – Lírica Nostra Vocal e Instrumental de Torrevieja. This vocal choir and musical group, who transmit their love of opera and zarzuela through their concerts, is a group of music lovers of different nationalities, residing in the Torrevieja area. Tonight, Lírica Nostra are putting on a charity concert and will not charge an admission fee, although donations will be greatly appreciated. The concert will consist of two parts; the first containing...

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