It’s been confirmed that La Mata bowling club is to be dissolved, and the green grass bowling centre decommissioned. Members of the club have been told that their memberships will end at the end of December, and the centre will not open for the new year. The club had about 70 members. A shame. It’s a lovely location.
The Junta de Andalucia has become alarmed by a measles outbreak in Granada city and has threatened parents with legal action if they don’t give kids the MMR jab. Seems the Health Honchos went round threatening parents who hadn’t bothered to vaccinate their kids, but were told: At the moment it’s voluntary, so tough. The Junta, not an organisation that enjoys having egg on its face, says it’s sending out letter to parents of unvaccinated Continue reading Junta turns nasty and threatens parents who don’t want to give kids the MMR jab
Sehrs airlines has signed a deal to fly six times a week into Almería airport, bringing, we hope, lots of eager tourists on every flight. The flights will initially run between May and September 2011, with an option to continue. If you’ve never heard of Sehrs, it’s because it’s an Eastern European low cost charter operator, and will be flying to Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic, two flights a week. The company also signed Continue reading Almeria to get six new charter flights a week