We start the week off at Hard Rock Cafe Marbella Official to hear about the #WorldBurgerTour from their Kitchen Manager Linda. You can get the full run-down on each of the burgers at www.hardrock.com/marbella or visit their Facebook Page for more details – Hard Rock Cafe Marbella Official
We can vouch for the fact the burgers were delicious 🙂
During the recent #UNMS2018 we were delighetd to be joined by our #British #Consul #Andalucia Charmaine Arbouin. She talked about the increasing concern about the ex-pat older community in the Costa del Sol who become more vulnerable partuclarly when they have no family assistance. As a result the Britsh Consulate working together with University of Birmingham and Neil Hesketh have created a new online bi-lingual resource to help connect Britsh Nationals over 50 with the support they need.
Please visit www.SupportInSpain.info and you will find organisations that offer support by the type of help required and in the area where you live. This website provides details of official Spanish government and non-government organisations as well as many others in the voluntary sector. It is designed to help you quickly find contact information and a brief description of the services offered to support you, or a friend or relative, on a wide range of issues.
Today the program includes more highlights from #UNMS2018
Angela Lafferty is working with an association called Marbella ByCivic ConBici to help promote cycling as a sustainable way of travelling around Marbella, by encouraging the town hall to provide more cycle lanes.
Their next event is on 27 May 11.30 starting from the Plaza del Mar Centro Wellness
Ali Meehan from Costa Women suggested that now is the time to #MakeItHappen.
Costa Women provides social & business networking for ladies throughout Spain, with a whole range of events taking place each month. As Ali said, lonliness is very much a person feeling they are not understood by others, and in a new country that can be even worse – please extend the hand of friendship to a neighbour and say hello, it could make a huge difference to somebody’s life.
It’s so important for us all to integrate and learn the language when we live in Spain after all. To help with this Mari Angeles Chica who teaches Spanish to foreigners and has created a special Facebook Page and conversation club. For more details check out —> Spanish for Foreign People Arte & Cultura San Pedro –
Oti G Diaz-Ambrona from the Foreigners Department for Marbella town hall (www.marbellaexclusive.com) provide information with her colleagues on how to register on the padron and have the right to vote. If you’d like to know more information please visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rowan Lichfield from Laude San Pedro shows us sign of the week
Melody talked about being consciuos of how you treat the planet and how you can also be involved in elping keep the local envrinoment safer for everyone. Visit www.mar-puro.com for more information
Estefania Villaespesa from Hard Rock Cafe Marbella Official was one of the first local businesses to support every one our the initiatives proposed by #UNMS2018
More highlights from #UNMS2018 …
Fiona Catchpowle chats with Steven and Carol from Age Concern about the new project they are launching called Los Abuelos, to connect local teenagers with the older members of the community to help with house visits and going out for a walk or a visit to the shops even. If you would like to volunteer or know someone in need of assitance then please contact Age Concern on 689 355 198
Elle from Paula Monaghan Interiors and Teresa from El Oceano Boutique were raising awareness of the challenges faced by older orphans in the Malaga province when it comes to finding emploment. If you have a business and currently need emplyees then do please join the ‘Just A Little Help’ group on Facebook to find out how to support these yound people right now —>
Vanessa van Camp, realtor and President of Belgian Business & Community Club España is helping to bring various groups of people together to have a bigger impact with the town hall when it comes to providing solutions to the similar problems we all face.
Rowan Lichfield from Laude San Pedro helps us learn how to say ‘Happy Birthday’ to our very own Nicole King
ORPEA is a residential care home in Puerto Banus (Residencias Orpea) and Victoria Herrero chatted with Fiona to explain how they are working cloesley with Age Concern and Triple A – Marbella y San Pedro to give the residents a more active life and feel part of the community. Martina Spaan, previously the Vice President to the confederation that oversees German schools throughout the world, had a very good point to make about integrating your non-spanish-speaking children into the education system here. We were delighted as alwyas to have Marina Nitzak from Luks Marbella, shortly celebrating their 5th Anniversary, with us as one of our key sponsors of the #UNMS2018. The more we work together as a commuimnty the more stability there will be for investors to have long term confidence in purchasing not only their homes but businesses as well. Kristina Szekely pointed out tah Marbella is getting better by the day and events like #UNMS2018 bring such a positive note that you can’t help but want to be here. Nicole introduces us to Pedro Santamaria a ‘profesisonal’ security guard with his own company www.mastersecurity.es who explains that having the correctly qualified professionals on your premisses is essential to making sure everyone is safe and well looked after, particularly if an incident occurs. Thank to everyone who contributed to the summit and of course to Ashley and James, manager of Velvet Marbella for all their hardwork on the day. Have a fabulous weekend from everyone at Marbella Now with Nicole King
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