By Damon Mitchell • 14 January 2020 • 13:33
Council offices of Motril opened to schoolchildren: Guided tour of buildings.
THE central offices of the Council of Motril have been opened to schoolchildren in a unique initiative that aims to make children learn, in a simple and enjoyable way, the administrative and institutional functioning of the emblematic building.
The guided tour of the different municipal offices of the Plaza de España has had as its first visitors, schoolchildren of the Belluga de Motril Cardinal College, who have been welcomed by the own Mayor Luisa María García Chamorro.
On Tuesday, the Mayor taught the children part of the history from the beginning of the construction of the municipal building to the current internal operation of the town hall. The tour includes visits to the hall, protocol room, plenary hall, mayor’s office and administrative areas of the building. “It is a magnificent idea set in motion by the Education area because after all the children are the future of Motril and we have the obligation to give them that opportunity to know their town hall, in a close and didactic way, ” said García Chamorro.
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