David saves the day for San Luis Neighbourhood Watch

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A COMMUNITY-minded San Luis resident, David Blackie has stepped in to chair the next meeting of the San Luis Neighbourhood Watch.

Owing to current president returning to the UK and the difficulties in finding a replacement, it was envisaged that the monthly meetings would have to be discontinued after 17 productive years.

At least one representative from the town hall is always in attendance at the meetings to answer any queries and to offer solutions to problems that residents are experiencing.

Therefore residents fearing that after many years the communication would be terminated are delighted that David has volunteered his help.

The meeting, next Monday June 26 at 16.30h in Casa Ventura, San Luis, is the last meeting before the summer break and David would be very pleased to welcome the support of residents in not only San Luis but also La Siesta and El Chapparel.

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