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Rosa Cardona collects the Child Friendly City diploma and announces that this year will be the year of playgrounds

February 15 from 2024 - 16: 47

The mayoress of Xàbia, Rosa Cardona, has assured, after collecting the diploma that accredits the renewal as a Unicef ​​Child-Friendly City, that this year "is going to be the year of playgrounds", in addition, he has announced that the local government is "planning a summer of leisure for the entire family".

Cardona has participated, together with the Councilor for Children, Fatima Jarjor in an event held in Alcoi, in which Unicef ​​has awarded 11 of these recognitions, together with Xàbia, to Alcoi, Almussafes, Alzira, Castellón de The flat, La Vall d'Uixò, Mislata, Teulada and Quart de Poblet.

In her speech, the first mayor highlighted that the boys and girls of the Consell dels Xiquets i Xiquetes de Xàbia "inspire us every day with their vitality and creativity." And she has referred to the fact that in recent months "we have intensified the collaboration of activities with schools where, for example, different
environmental sustainability workshops, which culminated with a large recycled Christmas tree.

Cardona has stressed that the renewal of the recognition of Child Friendly City for the municipality is "just the beginning of a journey towards a friendlier Xàbia for children and youth, because with your support and collaboration we will achieve great things for the present and future of our city.

Along these lines, he has announced that the local government is committed to "improving the playgrounds programmed in Xàbia to provide more recreational and safe spaces for boys and girls." This 2024 "will be the year of playgrounds in Xàbia," the mayor stressed.

In addition, he announced that the Department of Children and Youth is working on a festive recreational project to offer "a summer leisure offer for all families."

  1. Fran says:

    Dear mayor, at the moment on the beach of three parks there is now only one left, of the rest of the almost parks that there are in the town it is better not to mention because they are embarrassing. How envious it is to leave our village and see how throughout Spain there are spectacular parks in any town.
    They do nothing so that young people can live here, nor so that they have children and they can enjoy themselves.
    We have no security (37 cars blown up by some poor bastard while the police don't know what they did)
    We don't have cleaning, only people who blow the streets from time to time (something unheard of)
    Dirty beaches.
    We don't have sewage.
    And this is going to be the year... well, you can start now, we are almost in March, stop the parties and firecrackers and govern once and for all.

  2. María Rosal (Fernán‐Núñez, Córdoba, 1961) is a complete writer. She has published children's theatre, has received the Andalusian Critics' Award (2004), the Children's Poetry Award (2007) and the José Hierro National Poetry Award for Carmín rojo sangre (2015). Her poetic work has been translated into English, Italian and Greek.<br/> <br/> This is her second book for children in edebé, after the funniest title, El secreto de las patatas fritas.<br/> <br/> Maria has a very funny sense of humour. says:

    Oh really? Well now you can start…. Because you lack a legislature to be able to do everything

  3. James says:

    This is a joke, right? How is Thiviers Park going? Or the Mercadona one? The playgrounds in Javea are a disgrace. Dirty, abandoned and broken.
    New party in the city council but the same lies and empty promises as always.

  4. José Vicente Cathar Jet says:

    If you voleu expose a xicotet council, aneu to Bilbao and vore what are authentic children's parks. In Xabia we invested a month in the metal fence that serves children's attractions. It is the meua impressio.