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10:40

LifeStyle

British artist wins National Print Award

Debbie Bartlett

The National Print Awards ceremony has just taken place at the Marbella Print Museum (MGEC), where the winning works are now on display, and there was especially enthusiastic praise from the judges for British artist Roderic Stokes. His creative

13:23

Opinion

Open letter from the ambassador to British nationals living in Spain

SIMON MANLEY

...agreement. If approved, the Withdrawal Agreement will secure the rights of one million UK nationals living in the EU. It means that the 300,000 British people who have chosen to make Spain their home have a legal guarantee that they will be allowed to stay ... planned for the new year. And we will continue to update you with key information in the months ahead. In the meantime, I would like to wish all British nationals living in Spain, a very merry Christmas.

15:01

LifeStyle

RBL launch annual poppy appeal

Tony Burns, chairman of the Spain South District of the Royal British Legion (RBL) urged the expat community to support the many acts of Remembrance across southern Spain over the weekend of 10 to 11 November, at the recent launch of the 2018 Poppy

12:04

Local

Appeal to find British man wanted by Warwickshire Police

SUR IN ENGLISH

Warwickshire Police have sent an appeal to help locate 22-year-old Luke Daniel Clarke, from Nuneaton, who was due to appear at Warwick Crown Court to be sentenced last week after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply class B drugs. Detective Ser

10:26

Local

British man drowns in sea near Motril

EUROPA PRESS.

A 63-year-old British man was pulled out of the sea after getting into trouble off the Calahonda beach in Motril at around 1.30pm on Tuesday. He was helped by a fellow bather who spotted that the man was in trouble, according to a press release

14:35

Local

British bookings for Andalusian holidays are up this year, but Brexit casts a cloud of uncertainty

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ / PILAR MARTÍNEZ / RACHEL HAYNES

A fall in British tourist numbers after years of record-breaking figures, and Brexit just months away, meant that this week's World Travel Market (WTM) in London was going to be a challenging one for the Costa del Sol. The feeling, however, among ... tour operators, agencies and the tourists themselves have shown that British holidaymakers still love Andalucía. 30 million for Andalucía Susana Díaz, the president of Andalucía, went to the World Travel Market, armed with statistics. Andalucía ... expects to reach the total figure of 30 million tourists in 2018, she announced, despite the drop in British visitors to the region. The fair, where Andalucía joins tourist destinations from around the world in a bid to attract the British tourist

11:09

Local

Five-year-old British boy drowns in Nerja

Eugenio Cabezas

A five-year-old British boy died after drowning in the swimming pool at a holiday apartment where his family were staying in Nerja. Reports say that the boy had been playing in the pool with his siblings when the accident happened. Emergency

11:45

Local

Tourism authorities head to London armed with strategies to win back British visitors

Pilar Martínez

The regional minister for Tourism, Francisco Javier Fernández, said at a SUR event on Monday that action must be taken to deal with the recent evidence of a fall in British tourist figures in Andalucía. This year's decrease in holidaymakers ... del Sol will come up against rival destinations around the world in their fight to attract British holidaymakers and convince tour operators to continue sending tourists to southern Spain. Fernández said that this year's campaign would not just focus ... this year, having its own exhibition area- of around 200 square metres - for the first time. Its aim, said president Elías Bendodo this week, is to recover the 5.5% fall in British visitors recorded in the first nine months of this year at Malaga

10:50

LifeStyle

British school celebrates 50th anniversary

Tony Bryant

St Anthony's College, the first British school to open on the Costa del Sol, celebrated its fiftieth anniversary last weekend. The milestone event was marked with a special open day where teachers, former and current students, and parents came ... children. A speech was given by the school's owner, David Noble, during which he praised the foresight of the college's founder, Patricia Goold, a music teacher, who, after moving to Spain, saw that there was a demand for British education on the Costa del ... Sol. She opened the school to just six children in 1968. Setting up a British school in pre-democratic Spain was an endeavour in itself; however, after overcoming numerous obstacles, the school began to expand. By the mid 1970s, the school had