The painter Fernando Baquero (Aranjuez, 1930) is exhibiting again in the Casa de Cultura in Calp 20 years after his last exhibition in these premises. And he is doing so with a retrospective that opens its doors on March 4 under the name "Fernando Baquero, 90 years of art".
The Calp Town Council has sent the Generalitat Valenciana (Valencian regional government) a description of the damage caused by storm Gloria and an economic assessment of it, in order to ask the Generalitat for 100% aid.
The total cost of the damage is 2,782,720 euros, broken down as follows: 243,132 euros for demolition, 700,966 euros for the retaining walls, 12,770 euros for repairing the breakwater, 638,955 euros for paving and roadway, 376,548 euros for stairs and ramps, 162,525 euros for equipment and furniture and 647,820 euros for planting.
- 17:00 - 21:00 Exhibition Cambio climático y erosión costera" (Climate change and coastal erosion) Seu Universitària de Calp (Casa Nova)
- 20:00 Violin and Piano Concerto - Elena Segura and Joaquín Palomares. Saló Blue
- Exhibition “Los colores del Mediterráno“ (The Colours of the Mediterranean) by Carmen Ramón Mesado. Exhibition at the Cultural Centre of Calp.
- Exhibition “Punto y seguimos. La vida puede más”. Exhibition hall of the Ajuntament Vell.
The City Councilor for Equality has launched a programme of workshops to promote equality and prevent gender-based violence, aimed at the students of the Ifac grammar school in the city.
The aim is to promote values and content related to the elimination of gender roles and stereotypes, violent behaviour, sexual harassment and gender-specific harassment, the prevention of sexual violence, micro-machism, new masculinity and femininity among adolescents and young people.
Improving accessibility and promoting civic participation are two of the main goals Calp has set itself to become an age-friendly city. This morning, Rebeca Merchán, Councillor for the Elderly, together with Crea 360, the company responsible for drawing up the plan, presented the local action plan for the "Calp, towns for the elderly" project, which includes measures to adapt the municipality to this group and thus improve its quality of life.
Calp has renewed the treatment against pine processionary, which takes place annually in November and is repeated in February for reinforcement.
Although there is no indication that the incidence of pine processionary will be greater than in other years, the City Council for the Environment recommends caution in pine forest areas. This caution should be extreme in the case of minors and dogs and avoid contact with the caterpillar at all times.
The city council yesterday unanimously approved the government team's proposal to formalise a legal agreement on a provisional basis to resolve the precarious situation of health transport in Calp, although this is not the responsibility of the city council. This week, the Síndic de Greuges (Regional Government Ombudsman) himself requested a report from the regional Ministry of Health on the insecurity of the service.
The Mayor of Calp, Ana Sala, accompanied by the City Council for Fisheries and Ports, Paco Avargues, met with the Director General for Ports, Airports and Coasts, Emilio Olbiol, this morning in Valencia to learn about the condition of the Puerto Blanco marina, among other things.