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AGE CONCERN GIVEN CASH BOOST

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AGE Concern Estepona & Manilva were given a cash boost by the International Theatre Studio.
ITS hosted a Play in the Park event in Parque Leonera, Benahavís in September, performing. a one-act play ‘What’s for Pudding’ and raising €1,985 for Age Concern who also raised €515 from a raffle at the event.
The cheque was presented to Eileen Dry, President of Age Concern, by Fred Wallis, Production Manager of ITS, and Kate Jackson, actress and ITS Committee member at the charity’s Drop-In-Centre in Estepona.
Age Concern, Estepona and Manilva, now has a new website linked to the Age Concern Espana main web site.
Press and Publicity Officer, Tony Aldous, says that being linked to the main site gives consistency across all of the Age Concern Organisations in Spain in how information is presented. He says that thanks to the efforts of Kim Stollard who has updated the main web site and who maintains the site, the new approach is already winning approval from people across the area. To reach the main site use www.acespana.org and follow the link to Local Organisations.
For older people who require help or advice, Age Concern operate a telephone service called Lifeline. This gives the individual a direct point of contact with the charity. The telephone number is 650163928. It should be noted that Age Concern is not an emergency service. There is also an email address where you can contact Age Concern, Estepona and Manilva. It is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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