Following the success of the Rock Crafter’s inaugural craft fair in November, the group has announced that a second street fair is announced for Saturday 1st February on the Terrace of the King’s Bastion Leisure Centre. The first event was a raving success, with popular local cook, Binky’s Kitchen manning stall jam packed with her homemade preserves and cheese, along with a selection of other creative crafters offering homemade soaps, jewellery, cupcakes, fabric, wood and paper crafts, knitted items and more.
Today HMS Tireless is visiting Gibraltar for a short stay as part of her scheduled operational tasking.
The Youth Centre along Line Wall Road has now extended its opening hours to Saturday. When it will open as from 2pm – 5pm offering youngsters extra services.
As from the beginning of February, the former Airport Carpark is set to house buses, and will no longer act as a public car park. The temporary coach park will then be closed entirely, when it reverts to the Ministry of Defence under the 2004 and 2011 Lands Agreement.
Gibtelecom yesterday announced their plans to purchase the Haven building at John Mackintosh Square on a 150-year lease, for £5.8 million. The building recently housed the Treasury and is half owned by the Government of Gibraltar.