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01. Pamela Murtagh10th August 2012

My husband and I have a house in Santiago de la Ribera and spend about 12 weeks a year there, particularly through the month of June and then again September/October. The June holiday is fine because the jellyfish nets have been installed and the jellyfish haven't really got going anyway. However, the September/October holiday is different as the nets have been removed and the jellyfish have come in nearer the shore, which makes swimming very difficult and not very pleasant. I have written to San Javier Council asking if the nets could be taken away later but had no response. I have been into the local Tourist Office and they said it is down to the powers that be in Murcia. I know all the Spanish holiday-makers have gone by then but there are still quite a few British and European holiday-makers left and we do after all pay our council taxes and spend money in the restaurants and shops so we should be given some consideration. Surely the nets could be left in place until, say the half-term holidays in October.

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