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Posted by kea
Created: 10 months ago - Last reply: 9 months ago

hiya, me and my family will be moving to the Murcia region in the next year, we have been looking  around at schools and don't know which will be the best one for our children to go to where they will settle in. We would rather them go to a state school as they are both still young ages 6 and 4. are there any schools better suited to English children where they still get to know the language fully but will settle in ...

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Posted by chris-eden-866992
Created: 3 years ago

Campus academy, an english language academy is looking to find teachers to teach kids or adults or ideally both. We have two schools: one in cartagena and one in canteras. Those interested please contact me ...

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Posted by mal_burgess
Created: 3 years ago

Can anyone recommend an android tv box for the area? ...

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Posted by MichelleR1
Created: 3 years ago

British Consulate News Release In a meeting on Tuesday (19 July),  local British residents had the chance to put their concerns about the outcome of the recent EU referendum to the Deputy Ambassador, Tim Hemmings, and Consul for Alicante, Sarah-Jane Morris. The British Embassy representatives promised to keep them up to date with developments concerning the UK’s exit from the European Union.  The meeting discussed th...

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Posted by MichelleR1
Created: 3 years ago

Government launches new webpage aimed at British expats, following Referendum result British nationals looking for advice on travelling and living in Europe, following the result of the EU referendum, can now visit a new webpage on the UK government website at www.gov.uk.   The webpage explains that negotiations for the United Kingdom to leave the EU may take up to two years or more. The government will negotiate ne...

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