The Journal January 2021

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5 Jan
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Dear Readers,

I am sure you will all join me in saying farewell to 2020 and welcoming 2021. Wishing you a very Happy and prosperous New Year.

The coming year will bring a range of challenges but after the event of last year, we will all go into the New Year with a renewed positivity and determination to feel more in control of our lives.

Our local community is built upon the fantastic people within it. Whether it is local business’s, charity’s, local community groups or being a good neighbour, the choices to support each other are ours to make.

On 6th January we celebrate 3 kings. This is a very important part of the Spanish culture. Celebrations will depend on current rules, however keep an eye out for any local celebrations.

This month the Journal will be opening up the Property Portal to invite private home owners to market their properties alongside local estate agents. The first thing the majority of house purchasers consider is the local area. Advertising in The Journal gives the potential for purchasers to gain a wealth of local information alongside the property’s available.

Alongside the property portal The Journal website also offers local weather forecast, listen live to Costa Calida International Radio, mortgage calculator, flight trackers for Murcia International and Alicante. The Journal website is available in English, Spanish, French, Dutch and Swedish.

What to look forward to this year…. The Journal would like to announce that we are launching our very own vehicle portal where you will find a portfolio of both vehicles for sale from business’s as well as private sellers.

We also have a few more developments up our sleeve….. On that note, I will leave you to read and enjoy…..

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