Brave cancer fighter Leo, 4, needs your help

AN Almeria family are in a race against time to raise £150,000 (€176,000) to send their critically ill son to the USA for treatment that could save his life. Four-year-old Leo Bermejo has one of the most aggressive forms of cancer seen in children and has already had several tumours removed. The operations and subsequent chemotherapy have left him brain damaged but his mother Karen says he is fighting back and determined to overcome the effects of his treatment. “He…

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The Euesdens Sponsor the World Vision Gala Dinner

Michel and Steven Euesden, owners of the Euro Weekly News, are proud to invite you all to the World Vision Gala Dinner in Marbella’s Puente Romano Hotel. We think this is a very worthy cause which is why we’re choosing to sponsor the venture – and we’re sure you’ll all agree. World Vision helps communities with long-term development projects, emergency relief operations and advocacy programs. The World Vision Gala dinner takes place on May 24 from 8pm at the Puente Romano Hotel with…

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The Euesdens with Des O'Connor

In aid of Children With Cancer UK

The Euro Weekly News, owned by Michel and Steven Euesden, proudly supported a Special Summer party in aid of Children with Cancer UK, held at Villa Tiberio, which was billed as one of the events of the season on the Costa, and it certainly did not disappoint. The cream of Marbella society, together with some pretty spectacular showbiz names turned up prepared to go the extra mile to raise money for the children, even María Ángeles Muñoz Oriol, the Mayor…

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Steven Euesden meets Stirling Moss

Steven Euesden, Monaco Grand Prix 2014

EWN’s Sales Director Steven Euesden was delighted to attend this year’s Historic Monaco Grand Prix – and indescribably proud to meet F1 legend Sir Stirling Moss. The Historic Monaco Grand Prix, which has taken place since 1997, is staged two weeks before the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco. The Automobile Club of Monaco (ACM) organised event takes place every two years on the same challenging circuit as the F1 GP race but there’s one major difference – rather than top-of-the-range…

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The BUtterfly Ball in aid of The Rhys Daniels Trust

The Euesdens Attend Butterfly Ball 2013 in aid of Rhys Daniels Trust

Michel and Steven Euesden and the Euro Weekly News are heavily involved with charities throughout Spain. Their only requirement is complete transparency regarding the funds raised. They are aware that this money comes from people residing on Spain’s coasts, an area significantly affected by the current economic crisis. It is therefore doubly important that their generosity is put to good use for the sole benefit of the charity and never abused by excessive expense claims. This naturally holds good for…

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Flood Aid Dinner Dance raises €12000

The Euesdens Attend Mojacar Flood Aid Dinner Dance

It truly was a night to remember, and one that will have a lasting effect on the lives of 17 families that were badly hit by the recent floods in Almeria . An amazing €12,000 was raised for the flood victims at a charity dinner-dance followed by an auction and raffle at the El Mar la Mar in Villaricos. Around 100 people attended the big fund-raising event hoping for prizes thatincluded a round of golf with English cricketer Ian Botham, a weekend for…

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The Euesdens Making Festival News

The seventh Marbella International Film Festival came to a close with a gala evening and awards ceremony on Sunday (October 7) and Euro Weekly News was suitably glammed up for the occasion. The film festival, hosted by the H10 Andalucia Plaza Hotel at Puerto Banus, was sponsored by Euro Weekly News and saw awards presented to winners in five film categories.

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The Euesdens and The Community Step Up For Tomas

EVERY picture tells a story. Collectively the photographs tell of happiness… happiness that donations, big and small, from everyone involved, will bring to Tomas. Many members of Euro Weekly News eeam burst into Puerto Banus, Elviria and La Cala with the aim of raising funds to help local boy Tomas Leighton, 7, who has cerebral palsy, is almost totally blind, and suffers from epilepsy. In total they raised €2,063 on the day. British Consul for Andalucia Steve Jones, commenting on the collection and…

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