By Euro Weekly News Media • 15 February 2011 • 14:59
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Staff from the British Consulate in Alicante will be on hand next Thursday, 24th February, to talk to at their Open Evening which will take place at the Orihuela Costa Town Hall from 19:00. This is the perfect opportunity for Britons to get all their pensions, benefits and healthcare questions answered.
They will also have an opportunity to find out more about their pension rights in Spain, as well as the rules and regulations on working in the country. This event will be held during the evening, to allow those who are busy during the day to attend and will take place in the Salon de Actos on the first floor of the Town Hall building in Playa Flamenca.
HELP AND ADVICE
Health matters and how to get medical treatment will also be on the agenda, as well as the offer of one-to-one advice from the Pension Benefit and Healthcare team at the British Consulate. The whole presentation will be tailored to deal with the issues that concern British residents most, based on the questions that Consular, and Pension, Benefit and Healthcare staff get asked each day.
There will also be a member of the Consular team on hand to give residents of Orihuela Costa a better idea of how the Consulate can help as well as representatives from Age Concern and the Royal British Legion who will also be highlighting the ways in which they can also help residents. Members of the Orihuela Costa Town Hall team will also be in attendance as well as several PP Councillors from the Orihuela Government team.
British Consul Paul Rodwell said: “I really hope as many people as possible will take the opportunity to attend this event. It’s a unique chance to get the information from the experts, and to get any ongoing doubts or worries dealt with.”
The open day will take place next Thursday, 24th February at 19:00. If you are interested in attending, you can book your place by going to www.ukinspain.fco.gov.uk or by calling 91-714-6443.
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