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Free legal advise during Coronavirus time - 0 replies

mariadecastro Posted by mariadecastro in Coronavirus: Help requests and offers for vulnerable neighbours in Alcaidesa during Covid-19 on Fri Apr 3, 2020 9:34am

We are happy to provide free legal help to all members of the CostadelaLuz Forum during Coronavirus time

Are we willing and able . - 0 replies

Posted by Lellyowl in Coronavirus: Help requests and offers for vulnerable neighbours in Jerez de la Frontera during Covid-19 on Thu Apr 2, 2020 11:18am

Hello fellow Expats.

I am reaching out for your ideas. In these dire days, I want to raise funds and yes, there are organisations that are out there but what I am more concerned about is the small charities in our community that I want to help. Any ideas?

The Olive Press are willing to run my story and how the idea came about. I want to share it with you and see where we go with this.

Are you with me?

Lesley x

Praying Good Health Loving God who heals - 0 replies

Donald Posted by Donald in Coronavirus discussion in Chiclana de la Frontera: Covid-19 news and updates on Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:56pm

Please consider Prayers To Father God of His Son Heals is not responsible for bringing viruses and will bring this filth to 

END SOON.

Join ME in prayer now asking LORD 

JESUS WE ARE SORRY PLEASE END  THIS VIRUS

Restrictions - 4 replies

vetti Posted by vetti in Coronavirus discussion in Chiclana de la Frontera: Covid-19 news and updates on Sat Mar 28, 2020 3:56pm

Hi everyone, just wondering if there have been tighter restrictions on dog walking as the guardia stopped me today saying I need to stay next to my home. I have little Spanish so could not converse so really just need clarification. 

Thank you. 

Property wanted to buy: Apartment in chiclana - 2 replies

Johnhorizon Posted by Johnhorizon in General property discussion in Chiclana de la Frontera on Thu Mar 26, 2020 10:59am

Hi everyone. We are looking to relocate due to health. Can you please advise us the areas to avoid in chiclana when looking to buy apartments. Could do with some local advice on which areas are rowdy and dodgy! Many thanks. John and Lesley.

Car storage - 0 replies

Posted by Tarnie Simms in Coronavirus discussion in Vejer de la Frontera: Covid-19 news and updates on Tue Mar 17, 2020 2:34pm

Hi there, 

My partner and I were at the beginning of a 6 month driving holiday but due to travel advice have decided we need to return to Australia. We are able to get flights but our issue is we have a car that we are needing to store somewhere until we can arrange shipment to Australia. Would anyone know of somewhere/someone who may be able to help. As we are unsure of when Australia may close borders we would ideally like to be on our way by the weekend. 

Kind regards, 

Tarnie 

Horse livery recommendations please - 0 replies

Debbieboyes Posted by Debbieboyes in Animals and pets in Jerez de la Frontera on Mon Mar 16, 2020 9:46pm

Hello, 

I’m new here so sorry if this has been asked before. We are hoping to move next year - my husband is probably going to be sponsored in his job. I want to bring my horse with me and I am wondering if there are many liveries in the area. He will be based in Jerez but we will be living in a 30 minute radius. Ideally in looking for a no frills, natural horsemanship type place. 

Any recommendations?

Thanks Debbie 😊

Spain declares a national lockdown - 0 replies

Posted by Alex in Announcements on Sat Mar 14, 2020 10:38pm

Spain has declared a national lockdown.

You can read the full declaration here (in Spanish): 

https://www.boe.es/diario_boe/txt.php?id=BOE-A-2020-3692

And also:

https://www.lamoncloa.gob.es/consejodeministros/resumenes/Paginas/2020/14032020_alarma.aspx

Here are the details from the Guardian in English:

"The Spanish government has formally declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus, placing the country in lockdown and ordering people to stay at home for the next two weeks unless they have to buy food or medicine or go to work or hospital.

The prime minister confirmed that people would be required to stay home from Monday morning and that all non-essential shops would close, along with bars, restaurants, cafes and cinemas.

Supermarkets, small food shops, pharmacies, petrols stations and pet supply shops are among those businesses that will remain open.

He said: “During the state of emergency, people will only be allowed out on to public streets for the following reasons: to buy food, basic or pharmaceutical items; to attend medical centres; to go to and from work; to look after children, older people or those with disabilities or who are especially vulnerable, and to attend financial or insurance offices on force majeure grounds.”

Speaking after a seven-hour cabinet meeting on Saturday evening, the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, said “extraordinary decisions” needed to be taken as Spain grappled with a “health, social and economic crisis”.

Sánchez said the central government would direct the response and that all the local, national and regional police forces would come under the command of the interior ministry. He also said that the army was standing by and ready to help with the emergency response.

Sánchez acknowledged that the measures needed to tackle the coronavirus would have a “big economic impact” but said the government was committed to mitigating its effects."

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/14/coronavirus-live-updates-uk-us-australia-italy-europe-school-shutdown-sport-events-cancelled-latest-update-news?page=with:block-5e6d45f48f085e564ad843b0#block-5e6d45f48f085e564ad843b0

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Dog walking - 4 replies

vetti Posted by vetti in Animals and pets in Chiclana de la Frontera on Sat Mar 14, 2020 8:43pm

Hi everyone, I know this is a strange and difficult time for all of us but am hoping for some clarity re lock down from Monday. Essentially are we still able to take our beloved dog for a walk!?? 

Also assuming that we are also still permitted to dispose of our household rubbish as per normal. 

Really want to know what to do so any help will be greatly appreciated!! 

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