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14 February 1779: Hundreds drown in El Puerto bridge tragedy

Rachel Haynes

On 14 February 1779, the Cadiz town of Puerto de Santa María was the scene of a devastating accident in which hundreds lost their lives. It was carnival Sunday but that year the celebrations had an even more exciting element - the opening of the ... new San Alejandro bridge that crossed the River Guadalete. The bridge was designed to improve communications in the area and boost the movement of goods between El Puerto de Santa María and Cadiz city and beyond. The instructions to build the bridge

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Santa raises funds for Wobbles Children's Charity

Debbie Bartlett

Santa's Grotto and other events at Ocean Village have raised over £2,200 for the Wobbles Children's Charity, during a magical eight-day Christmas festival. Founder Frankie Hatton said Wobbles was thrilled at being chosen: "As a children's charity, ... seeing the children arriving in their droves for just over a week to meet Santa and the other Disney characters was a really worthwhile and rewarding experience for us."

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A pagan festival to mark the beginning of Lent

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Throughout the town there will be Comparsas and Murgas groups playing. On the 1 March, at noon, leaving from the Plaza de la Mezquita, there is a procession carrying the largartija (gecko) which is then burnt on the Santa Ana beach. La Herradura / Almuñecar

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A saint who became Santa

Tony Bryant

Santa Claus is a character that brings joy to children all around the world in the weeks leading to Christmas, and especially on Christmas Eve. As youngsters, we were told that Father Christmas, as he is affectionately known in the UK, lived in ... Lapland and only ventured out on his reindeers once a year to deliver presents to the "well-behaved" children. Later in life, we discovered that the man behind the story of Santa Claus is St Nicholas, an early Christian bishop who lived in ancient Greece ... to dry, news soon spread, and children (and their parents) began hanging out a stocking on the night before Christmas. The modern version of Santa was created by an American caricaturist called Thomas Nast Very little is known about the historical

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