Last week's newsletter was rather distressing as we looked into the case of Len
and Helen Prior whose house was demolished in Vera this month.
This week we're on a more positive note as we look at the reasons why you should
still consider buying in Spain.
But before I move on I just wanted to let you know that I spoke to Len Prior today
(very nice chap) and we discussed some ideas how we could take some action to stop
going ahead. I've put, and will continue to add, updates to
the thread on the forum:
Vera house demolished
I hope everyone will support us on whatever action we decide to take. Thanks
to all those who are already showing support.
And finally, for various reasons we are really behind with getting our backlog of
articles and information out to you so we may send you a couple of extra emails
next month to make up some time. Hope that's ok.
let's move on with today's articles:
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Top 10 Reasons To Buy In Spain
I'm sure we're all tired of all the doom and gloom stories now. Spain still remains a great place to buy a property. Find out my top 10 reasons why.
Read my comments...
British Children In Spanish School - Credit Where Credit Is Due
British children in Spanish schools cope incredibly well considering how difficult it really is for them. Susan thinks these kids deserve a lot more credit than they get.
Read Susan's article...
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Eating Complimentary Tapas In Granada
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El Grumpy Gringo - Get A Heater!
We all enjoy our winters in Spain but it seems that Grumpy is letting the side down again. It's just too cold for some grumpy old men.
Read grumpy's rant...
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That's all for today. Enjoy the rest of the week and see you soon.