By Euro Weekly News Media •
Updated: 11 Nov 2022 • 9:40
Euro Weekly News reader’s letters and opinions – Issue 1945, A poem about Halloween. Image - Chepko Danil Vitalevich / Shutterstock
On a dark and scary night
There was a loud bang tonight
And the little children
Ran with fright so scared tonight
And there’s laughter in the air tonight
And it’s a cold dark lonely
Scary Halloween night
And the moonlight is blue and bright
And it’s a ghostly night
A cold breeze blowing all night
And there’s an other loud
And the little children are
Running with fright it’s just
Skeletons and ghosts and ghouls
Tonight and the howling
Of the crazy werewolves tonight
And the dead
Zombie’s walking through the
Streets on this cold dark lonely
Scary Halloween night.
David P Carroll.
I have started receiving & reading all the papers from the Costas Via email & just wanted to say how I enjoy Leapy´s column. We are based in Birmingham but are hoping to buy something in Spain in the next couple of years. Keep up the Good Work, Its on Point socially & still raises a smile.
Thank you for a continuing, well-produced newspaper. (Only one in the Balearics). I got my residency in the early 90s. My UK driving licence was issued as a ‘European Model’ and was valid in Spain. It covered cars, motorcycles and light goods vehicles up to 7.5 tonnes. I changed it to the
Spanish licence in 1993. At the time, I did not notice the Spanish licence covered only cars and motorcycles and that my ‘C1′ classification (`’light goods vehicles’) had been omitted. I recently asked Trafico to reinstate the missing classification, pointing out that when I obtained the Spanish version, the UK was at that time IN the EU. They are currently refusing to do so. I wonder if this problem has come up with any other readers? Keep up the good work!
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