The annual Residents Day organised by the Nerja Foreigners Department will take place on Sunday, March 24th. The day celebrates all the locals, foreigners and tourists who contribute to making Nerja the town we have all come to love and enjoy. If you are up for a good time and would like to join in the celebrations with like-minded people …
The event will take place in the Plaza de España (behind the Town Hall) from 12:00 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday, April 18th. In total there will be 37 participants from the different associations and foreign clubs in Nerja with 7 bars offering typical foods and drinks of the represented countries. Of Nerja’s population of 21,000 around 25% are …
Clear skies, sun and hardly a breath of wind for the annual Residents Day in Plaza de España.
Residents Day 2013 has a record 39 groups and organisations participating. This annual celebration takes place in the Plaza de España today, April 14th, from 12:00 to 19:00 and will begin with a performance by the Nerja Municipal Band. Plenty of food and drink on offer as well as a full afternoon of entertainment.
A total of 38 organisations and clubs will be represented at this years Residents Day on April 14th, beating the old record (2010 and 2011) by one. The event takes place from 12:00 to 19:00 in Plaza de España. There is still time for any other groups or clubs to join in, just call 952 54 8401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The first Residents Day meeting has taken place and, so far, a total of 20 groups and associations have committed to being represented at the event.
Nerja Town Hall has begun preparations for the annual Residents Day, which this year is scheduled to take place on April 14th. The location will once again be the Plaza de España.
The weather cleared and it stayed fine for the rescheduled Residents Day celebrations on Sunday.
Residents Day is on Sunday May 6th and the scheduled programme of events is as follows:
A wet Sunday, so a good decision this time by the Council to postpone the Residents Day celebrations until May 6th. The same happened last year, of course, but on that occasion the weather predictions proved erroneous. You can’t win ’em all.