Apologies for the break in regular posts
A wicked combination of traditional seasonal Manflu plus a perfect storm of dealines and new clients, as well as my work on Talk Radio Europe, has meant that I really haven’t had time to post.
Since I’ve been off air however, a few bits and pieces have caught my eye, and I’ll try and cover them this week.
The good news is that the Tennis Club Puente Romano will be the venue of next year’s Davis Cup clash between Spain and Great Britain. In other sports news both Trocadero Marbella Rugby Club and Marbella FC have continued on their winning ways with a string of impressive victories at home.
And there was even a little smattering of showbiz glamour as Ronan Keating played an unplugged gig at La Sala as well as a golf tournament to raise money for charities, including the Global Gift Foundation.
The bad news is that Marbella Town Hall seems to have gone chainsaw mad, with some of the town’s oldest trees being cut down in the past two weeks. Protesters are up in arms about the move.
And the La Campana pet poisoner claimed another victim. A demonstration is planned for November 18 in San Pedro.
We’ll be bringing you the latest stories through the week