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15:16

LifeStyle

The last of the original British players

Jennie Rhodes

Steven Craven and Nick Harcourt-Smith are the only two remaining British musicians who have been part of Malaga's philharmonic orchestra since it was formed in 1991. As the Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga heads towards its 30th anniversary in early ... especially opera.”Nick explains. He has a collection of old vinyl records handed down to him from his father, which he says he has “carried around” with him to the various places he has lived. Steven was one of two British trumpeters who came to Malaga in ... 1991 on an 18-month contract and he says that there were "seven or eight" other British musicians who arrived at the same time. "When I knew I had won the audition for work in Malaga I had to look in the atlas to see where Malaga was. When I arrived

15:37

Education

British universities to showcase their wares at Malaga study fair

SUR IN ENGLISH

Students considering the option of taking a degree course at a British university will find all the information they need under one roof in Malaga next week. Representatives from around 30 universities will be taking part in the Study UK fair ... organised by the British Council, providing details of courses available, fees and student life in the UK. Information will be available for students, their families and school careers advisers. Organisers point out that one in three students from Spain ... quality-price balance offered by British universities is still valid today, says the British Council, regardless of when or how the UK leaves the EU. The UK government has promised to maintain fees and access to public funding throughout their studies for EU

13:33

Local

More dates for British Consulate Brexit pop-ups

Rachel Haynes

The British Consulate's Brexit team has announced new dates for its pop-up Q&A events. Upcoming events will take place on Friday 18 October from 11am to 1pm at Coffee Break for Ladies Inland, Restaurante La Parrilla de Pepe, Coín; Wednesday 23

17:38

Local

Andalucía, ready to test the British water

Pilar Martínez

...litmus test at a time when Britain is about to leave the European Union, or, by the time it takes place, Brexit may already have happened. Everything will depend on how British prime minister Boris Johnson's plans evolve, and at present he is still ... insisting that Brexit will happen on 31 October. All this is happening at a time when the British market is marked by uncertainty, and that is a bad sign in what is the top source market for Andalucía, with figures far above the second, which is Germany. ... for British travellers who choose to holiday in Andalucía and 76 per cent of the hotel bookings in the region are in this area. Visitors from the UK represent nearly seven million overnight stays in hotels on the Costa, which is nine per cent of the

15:43

National

"I appreciate people are anxious but my message would be one of reassurance"

Rachel Haynes

...represents the British government in Spain at a time when uncertainty still reigns over how and when Britain will leave the EU. He is optimistic that this will be on 31 October, with a deal, and that both countries have identical interests in protecting their ... to do a Brexit deal and there's lots of other stuff we want to carry on working together on. Is representing the British government at the moment more of a challenge than you expected? I don't think so. I'm very proud to represent the British ... British residents in Spain are still uncertain about how Brexit will leave them. Some have said they feel the Spanish government is doing more for them than the UK is, that they feel let down... I've already had a number of meetings and conversations

16:39

Education

British education in Spain still a benchmark despite uncertainty

Daryl Finch

Representatives across the education spectrum delivered their verdict on the state of British education in Spain at a seminar organised by the British Chamber of Commerce in Malaga on Thursday morning. Despite the uncertainty over Brexit, there ... was consensus overall: a British education is still very highly valued in Spain. As president of the Nabss (National Association of British Schools in Spain) executive committee and keynote speaker, Adrian Massam, explained: "There are 128 schools with ... over 60,000 children in total and more than half of those are from Spanish families. There's been a 60 per cent increase in the number of British schools in Spain in the last ten years." Jane Cooper, former Chief Inspector of British Schools

16:39

Education

"British schools have established themselves as a strong, reliable and attractive option in Spain"

Rachel Haynes

After 30 years working in Spain, 16 years on the executive committee of Nabss (the National Association of British Schools in Spain), and four years as president, Adrian Massam, shared his experience as keynote speaker at the BCC event on Thursday. ... Speaking to SUR in English prior to the event, Massam, who is head teacher at Morna International College in Ibiza, explained the main reasons why he thinks British education is so successful in Spain. "The first attraction is that families want their ... children's education to be delivered in English," he said, pointing out that more than half of pupils at British schools in Spain come from Spanish families. Secondly they like the style of education: "The British education system lends itself to some very

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

The uncertainty of the approaching exit of the UK from the EU is a problem that is also raising concerns among British schools in Spain. Adrian Massam, president of the Nabss executive committee, said that there were two areas of concern. The ... no one knows when or whether this will be signed. "The association of British Schools in Spain has suggested to the authorities and to the embassies that it would be in lots of people's interest to have an easy route which could be reciprocal," ... said Massam. The lack of a firm promise of an agreement concerns Víctor Ranea, business manager at Aloha College in Marbella. "No one can tell us anything. We're living in a tense calm as we understand that no one wants to lose British education