Yearly Archives: 2014

Legal View

December 30th, 2014|Categories: Legal Services|

    Professional, qualified English speaking Solicitor and Accountant now available in Camposol.Understand your issues in your own language. Opening Hours:Monday to Friday: 9am - 2pm Unit 1 Commercial Centre Sector [...]

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Legal View Accountants

December 30th, 2014|Categories: Accountants|

[fsn_row][fsn_column width="12"][fsn_text] Professional, qualified English speaking Accountant and Solicitor now available in Camposol. Understand your issues in your own language. Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am - 2pm Unit 1 Commercial [...]

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Sarah-Jane Morris appointed British Consul in Alicante

December 29th, 2014|Categories: British Embasy Madrid|

The British Embassy in Spain has announced that Sarah-Jane Morris is to take over as British Consul in Alicante, whilst the current Consul, Paul Rodwell moves to a new role within the Foreign Office. […]

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Simon Scarrow

December 28th, 2014|Categories: Author and Book Review|

Simon Scarrow was born in Nigeria, but he now lives in Norfolk with his wife and two children. His passion for writing began at an early age. After a childhood spent travelling the world he pursued his great love of history as a teacher, before becoming a full-time writer of historical novels in 2005. […]

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Turnip – nabo

December 28th, 2014|Categories: Vegetable of the month|

The whole of the Turnip can be eaten including the leaves, but it is the small, tender varieties that are grown for human consumption. The larger varieties are often used as feed for livestock and the roots provide a valuable energy source for young animals. […]

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December 28th, 2014|Categories: Ma Millbank's Kitchen|

When I heard that Turnips were to be the first vegetable of 2015, I must admit to feeling a slight panic. Can I really find enough recipes to fill a page in the magazine and would they be interesting enough? I do use Turnips in cooking of course, but it’s mainly as an added vegetable to stews and casseroles or vegetable soups. […]

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Jumilla – Ancient and Modern

December 26th, 2014|Categories: Jumilla|

Jumilla is a relatively small town in the north-east of Murcia with around 25,000 inhabitants. However, it has excellent links to the motorway from Murcia City past Cieza and is well worth a visit. […]

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Lesson 15 – More Direct Object Pronouns

December 26th, 2014|Categories: Jane Cronin's Step by Step Spanish|

Well, who would have thought that in an Essential Spanish course we would spend so much time on the meaning of the word ‘lo’? It’s one of those fiddly little words that give us so much trouble. In fact if we could abolish any word from Spanish that contained two letters or less, we poor English speakers would be a lot happier! […]

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Guidelines For An Effective Winter Clean Up

December 26th, 2014|Categories: Gardening Opportunities|

by Dick Handscombe,holistic gardener living in Spain for over 25 years January is the best month for a thorough winter cutback and cleanup in most gardens along the Costas and in coastal inland valleys. Above 300 metres, some tasks are best left until after the snowy and frosty weather is past. […]

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