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Trying to catch the Easter Bunny?

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Easter is here!

It's Easter week and we know hunting for eggs and chasing bunnies can wear on the shoes so we've decided to have a special promotion just for you!

£10 off selected Skechers and Vans shoes!

Shop online at marblearc.com

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Our holiday picks!

The Easter weekend is here and the Marble Arc team has worked together to pick out some special holiday pick!

Click on the pictures below to find our selections for both men and women.

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Summer's here @ Marble Arc!

The temperature is finally rising and we have heard your requests for some Summer styled clothes.
We're happy to announce that our newest ranges of Rip Curl bikinis, Ted Baker clothes and Skechers shoes are now in store!

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The Marble Arc team welcomes you to our store!

This December, the Marble Arc team welcomes you to our store!

Featured above are some faces that are maybe not so familiar, but a fundamental part of our team!

Accompanying our boss, Raju, is Nancy who runs our stock control system, and Eli who’s in charge of the accounts and importations.

They may work in our office, but, just as everyone who’s on our shopfloor, they are committed to making sure that you get what you’re after, when you need it!

 

The Marble Arc Xmas competition

On page 66 of our Christmas catalogue, we’re giving you a chance to win this year’s must-have tech gadget, the Amazon Echo. (link) Remember, we’re not raffling the prize until AFTER Xmas, so hang on to your catalogue and bring your completed form then!

If you still haven’t got a your FREE copy, you can still pick one up now in-store. Most customers find it a very handy aid in choosing their presents!

Some of our Christmas offers

Marble Arc £5 vouchers

If you picked up our £5 vouchers in November, now is your chance to use them!

A quick reminder- you CAN use multiple vouchers for a single item purchase. We would suggest you use them as soon as you can- they are only valid till 24.12.16.

 

Our loyalty card scheme is also active, although the card is not valid for items that are reduced or on special offer

Friday 19th August 2016 is Shorts Day for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.

“Free the Knee” challenges you to throw away your organisation’s normal Friday dress code, and encourage your staff to wear shorts and raise awareness and funds for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.

 

“Free the Knee” is a great opportunity for your organisation to support people and their families affected by prostate cancer in the local community. The event will inspire people to have fun, as well as providing information and education in Gibraltar about prostate cancer and other prostate diseases.

 

Last year, GFSC members of staff came up with the idea of wearing shorts to work to raise awareness and support for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar. As well as wearing shorts, staff organised breakfast and a number of our male employees bravely had their legs waxed to help raise more money for this worthy cause. The event was a great success and this year we are trying to go one step further and get as many people involved as possible.

 

There are lots of ways you can show your support for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar on Friday the 19th of August:

 

Wear shorts to work: proudly sport your shorts to work in support of Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.

Register your interest and we’ll drop off Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar merchandise including pens, key rings and bags that can help us to spread awareness across Gibraltar (until stocks last).

Promote “Free the Knee” to your clients or customers: tell them you are supporting Shorts Day for Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.
Organise a charitable event or collection within the office to raise money to donate to Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.
Enter the corporate challenge: upload a photo of your ‘shorts-wearing’ team on Facebook and tag the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission or tweet (@gibfsc) plus the hashtag #FreetheKnee, for a chance to win a hamper including wine and great tasting food, a Nikon digital camera and a De’Longhi Nespresso machine.

 

The photo with the most likes by Monday 21st at 9am will win, so make sure to tell everyone and get sharing on social media to help!

 

Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar seeks to limit the impact of prostate cancer and other prostate diseases to all men, their partners and their families. They seek to prioritise the vital need for prostate problems to be detected and treated as early as possible and represent the interests of all men diagnosed with prostate cancer and other prostate diseases. Their overall mission is to find ways and means to promote quality of life for prostate cancer patients and their families.

 

For more information about this year’s event or ways in which your organisation can further support the cause, please contact information@fsc.gi  or visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/FreetheKnee.

 

Last but not least, we would like to say a big thank you to Emily Lavagna who gave up her time to design the poster; to Sacarello’s for donating a hamper of goodies; Gatsby’s for donating a digital camera and Khubchands for donating a De’Longhi Nespresso machine. It has been wonderful to see such support for this cause already.

 

Good luck and we look forward to seeing you in your shorts on the 19th August!

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Holiday Picks this week!

Sandra & Haitam give us their best holiday picks for summer

HAITAM'S HOLIDAY PICKS
Haitam's collection sees us wearing Diesel swimwear and out of the ordinary summer colours for the casual but different look! 
 
SANDRA'S HOLIDAY PICKS
Sandra's collection is bursting with summer colours for the beach and also casual comforts for the fair time! 
 
Haitam's HolidayPicks
Sandra's Holiday Picks

Blogger Julia takes Marble Arc to IBIZA!! 

THE STYLE COLONY 

PART II:
"I usually struggle with bikinis a little, but both of these fit really well, and feel secure on my body (you ladies know what I'm talking about)".... continue reading here

For her part I of the series with Marble Arc & Ibiza click here!
Thanks so much to Julia for these! Looking forward to the last Part III! 
 
 

GMF16 First Announcement And Your Pre-Sale Tickets‏

GMF16 First Announcement Tomorrow

Hiya! 
 
Hope all is well with you.
 
Just a heads up to let you know that we're making our first #GMF16 artist announcement on Thursday morning. Make sure you tune in to Radio Gibraltar just after 0800 to hear our exciting news! We can't wait to tell you :-) 
 
Tickets won't go on sale to the general public until Friday morning, so we're giving you a 24 hour advantage to be among the first to get your General Entry / VIP / Free Children's ticket(s)!
 
We've got loads more to tell you, so we'll write again soon.
 
Best,

GMF Team
 

Sombrilla for the Orilla...‏

 

A Sombrilla for the Orilla!!

Spend £95 or more in store and get a free Rip Curl beach umbrella this summer

MENS SKECHERS PROMO

Selected styles are now £10 OFF! Come and visit us in store

Classic sandals deal is back!

Two for £10 on our sandals! White, Tan and Black available - Come in store to see the range!
 
 

Weddings & Communions

New collections are coming in perfect for these special events!

Mens Swimwear Out Now!‏

 

Mens Swimwear Launched!!

We launched mens swimwear on Wednesday come and see the latest Boardshorts from O'Neill, Billabong, Quiksilver & Rip Curl!! 

Sun Out = Havaianas In

Your favourite sandals and flip flops are back in stock...just in time for the sunny weather! Come in and see the range for Mens, Womens and Kids!

Ladies Swimwear in store!

Including awesome colours and patterns from South Beach, Billabong, Rip Curl, O'Neill and Roxy!! 
 
 
 

Johan Cruyff dies of cancer aged 68

Johan Cruyff, Netherlands greatest has died of cancer aged 68.

Cruyff, who played for Ajax and Barcelona was once the greatest player winning the Ballon d'Or three times. He also won three consecutive European Cups with Ajax and went on to manage Barcelona to their first European Cup win in 1992. Cruyff reached the World Cup final in 1974, losing to West Germany.

A great footballer, coach and most of all a great person – RIP.

 

FURTHER REDUCTIONS - Sale ends Saturday!‏

SALE ENDS Saturday 12th HURRY!

LAST TWO DAYS of the Sale this week and we have more incredible offers giving you a total of up to  85% off - T&C's apply 

Skechers £10 OFF PROMO

LAST TWO DAYS of the promotion are happening FRIDAY 11th & SATURDAY 12th March - Buy your pair of Skechers today and get £10 OFF your next pair! 

Shirts & Suits

The Sun is starting to shine and wedding season is upon us! Come and see the wonderful selection of Spring shirts we have just received by Guide London. 

Our Selected Suits promotion is back on! £95 for the trousers and jacket! 
Available in Black, Grey or Navy 

Glamorous - New Collection 

Spring is right around the corner and with this sunny weather our Glamorous new collection is now in store! 
 
 

Congratulations Gib Netball!

Cursillo Movement Diocese of Gibraltar

To explain what a Cursillo is to someone who has never experienced a Cursillo is at best, difficult. Often, for those who have experienced a Cursillo it is still somewhat mystifying. This is not because the Cursillo Movement is a "secret" organisation. The reason behind the mystery is God. No one can fully explain how God touches each person in His special unique way throughout the various elements of the Cursillo Movement.

 

The Cursillo Movement is a powerful instrument of renewal in the Church.  Its aim is to concentrate closely on the Person and teachings of Jesus Christ.  The Cursillo gives those who attend it a living understanding of basic Christian truths and the desire to serve the Church.  It provides a means to continue the Christian formation that begins in the three-day weekend.         

 

What is a Cursillo Weekend

A Cursillo 3-day weekend provides those attending with an experience to enable them to follow Jesus more faithfully and effectively. From Thursday evening until Sunday evening, the group leading the weekend, which is made up of ordinary men and women, live and work together to gain a deep, permanent, living awareness of the treasure and responsibility of their faith. Typically those attending come with many questions and some apprehensions, but they leave full of joyful enthusiasm determined to extend His kingdom.  

 

What is the format

The Cursillo weekend format consists of a series of talks and discussions, blending seriousness and light-heartedness. The weekend is a personal, lively and informative event with talks, discussions, singing, worship and fellowship. The talks are conducted by the group of leaders and priests. Following the Cursillo weekend you are encouraged to build upon it for the rest of your life. 

 

Why not join us at our next Cursillo weekends at the Retreat Centre. 

LADIES CURSILLO:   14TH - 17 APRIL 2016.

MENS  CURSILLO;    19TH - 22ND MAY  2016.

 

If you are interested please contact us on 58008885 or send us an email on cursillogibraltar@gmail.com and we shall send you the enrolment forms, we look forward to seeing you there.

 

John Paul II Encourages the Cursillo Movement

VATICAN CITY, MAY 6, 2002 (Zenit.org).- John Paul II offered encouragement to the Cursillo movement, a Chrisitan renewal effort now present in 60 countries and 800 dioceses.

 

“The little seed sown in Spain more than 50 years ago has become a great tree rich in fruits of the Spirit,” the Holy Father said.

 

The basic concept of its spiritual way is the “cursillo” (little course): a three-day retreat for those who are seeking God, to hear the fundamental truths of the Christian faith. The idea was first implemented in 1948, with a pilgrimage of youth to the shrine of Santiago de Compostela. The initiative spread and today is lived by over 8 million people.

 

John Paul II and members of the movement recalled the Holy Father´s words when he met with the new movements at Pentecost 1998: the need to “grow in ecclesial awareness and identity.”

 

On this point, the Cursillo movement recently took an important step by petitioning for canonical recognition and approval of its statutes by the Holy See.

 

On Saturday, John Paul II appealed to its members to be “courageous witnesses of the ´deaconry of truth´ and to act with the ´force of communion.´”

 

The proclamation at the heart of this movement is the call “to fix one´s gaze on the face of Christ,” the Pope said, as he requested in his apostolic letter “Novo Millennio Ineunte.”

 

The Holy Father emphasized that this gaze implies “trust in the primacy of grace to undertake a journey of catechesis and prayer, of conversion and holiness of life,” whose fruits will be “a solid sense of belonging to the Church and a renewed impetus for evangelization in the realms of daily life and activity.”

 

“Dear Cursillistas! Follow confidently the way of formation and Christian life that you have undertaken with so much generosity,” John Paul II concluded. “Duc in Altum! [Go into the deep!]”

 

Source: zenit.org

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Happy Mother's Day

Celebrate on Sunday 6th March with Marble Arc

Marble Arc Rocks Pure Fashion Show

Check out what the team got up to at London's biggest fashion event last week! 
Click HERE for more from Blogger Julia Coelho
 
 

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Local dog goes viral on Facebook

Slush, a local Airedale Terrier whose owner Morris Figueras taught him to Bark from 1 to 10 has seen it's video go viral on social media site Facebook.

 

 

The video was published on the popular site break.com. On the 2nd January 2016 break.com shared the video on their Facebook page and so far it's received 200,000+ views.

Thats not all. TheLadBible, another popular video sharing online website also shared the video on their Facebook page and the video has now received 751,348+ views.
That's nearly 1m views - amazing!

 

 

Owner says "Slush can also multiply and divide" and has promised to film Slush doing so.


Also watch 'Slush the Airedale Terrier Obeys Owner'

 

 

Like GibBook Facebook page to watch future videos of Slush.

 

 

Well done Slush - What a way to start 2016.

 

Definitely one clever dog!

Gibraltar Lottery Results - 24th day of November 2015

In accordance with Regulation 10 (2) (b) of the Lotteries Regulations 2006, the following have been declared to be the numbers of the winning tickets at the draw No. 23 of 2015, held at Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Broadcasting House on 24th day of November 2015, viz:-


FIRST PRIZE OF £100,000 No. 15014
SECOND PRIZE OF £10,000 No. 18918
THIRD PRIZE OF £5,000 No. 18699

TWENTY MINOR PRIZES OF £500 EACH:-
No 00332 No 07238 No 13796 No 15564
No 00884 No 09896 No 14370 No 16400
No 00939 No 12437 No 14899 No 17490
No 00999 No 12456 No 15538 No 17686
No 04392 No 13112 No 15560 No 18587

 

Twenty-seven prizes of £50.00 each to the tickets bearing the first four figures similar to the first four figures of the first, second and third prizes, i.e.
No. 15010 to No. 15013 & No. 15015 to No. 15019
No. 18910 to No. 18917 & No. 18919 to No. -
No. 18690 to No. 18698 & No. - to No. -

Fifty-seven prizes of £30.00 each to the tickets bearing the last three figures similar to the last three figures of the first, second and third prizes, i.e.

No. 014 No. 918 No. 699
EXCEPT No. 15014 No. 18918 No. 18699

Two hundred and ninety-seven prizes of £20.00 each to the tickets bearing the first three figures similar to the first three figures of the first, second and third prizes, i.e.
No. 15000 to No. 15013 & No. 15015 to No. 15099
No. 18900 to No. 18917 & No. 18919 to No. 18999
No. 18600 to No. 18698 & No. - to No. -

One thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine prizes of £10.00 each to the tickets bearing the last figure similar to the last figure of the first prize i.e. No. 4

Dated this 24th day of November 2015

Shame on all of you

In the year 2000, a group of boxers and boxing enthusiasts, lead by the late Joseluis Montegriffo, unhappy with the way the only local boxing club was run, got together to set up a new club, The Gibraltar Wellington Boxing Club ("GWBC"). We knew that the Gibraltar Amateur Boxing Association ("GABA"), that governed the sport was going to make it difficult for us, since the person at the head of GABA was also the head of the only club in Gibraltar. Little did we know that it would have taken two administrations and a total of 15 years to get to the point where the monopoly held over this particular sport in Gibraltar, was about to end. We have lost count of the number of meetings we've had with the Minister for Sport over the last 15 years and the matter continues unresolved.

During this time, we trained in Joseluis Montegriffo's home terrace and other places like abandoned buildings. In 2009, we were fortunate enough to be awarded premises to setup our club. Soon after this, we began fighting for recognition by GABA. After being told by the people running GABA that we would never be able to achieve recognition from them, we decided to take our problem to the then Minster for Sport, Edwin Reyes. Mr Reyes commissioned a legal opinion from the AG Chambers who deemed GABA's constitution to be clearly "unlawful". GABA was offered the oportunity to revise their constitution to allow, in and amongst other issues, for more than 1 club to become affiliated to them, but they refused.
When we first obtained a copy of GABA's constitution it exceeded our worst expectations. It monopolised boxing in Gibraltar under a single Association/club. Amongst the audacious rules we found was: "Due to Gibraltar's small size, there can only be one club". To most people involved in any sport in Gibraltar where the most common value is to promote a sport through it's Association, this may sound outrageous... and it is.
The Hon Stephen Linares, then became Minister for Sport so we arranged a meeting with him to update him on the subject and request he resolve the matter. Mr Linares seemed to be very interested in the matter but wasn't sure about the legal opinion commissioned by the previous administration so he commissioned one of his own. That opinion, also agreed that GABA was been run by an "unlawful constitution" which was hermetically sealed with the idea to prevent any other club from becoming established in Gibraltar.

Unfortunately a lot of toing and froing took place which lost us critical time. During August 2015 the Gibraltar Sports Advisory Council ("GSAC"), chaired by Mr Linares met and agreed to revoke GABA's powers. GSAC solicited that GABA re-draft their constitution to (in and amongst other requested changes) allow other clubs to be accepted and recognised by the Association.

GABA was informed that until a new constitution was submitted that was accepted by GSAC, GABA was effectively dormant and would not be allowed to book Government owned facilities (i.e. the Victoria Stadium) to organise any events. This was a giant leap in the right direction for our club, so we decided to give Mr Linares the time he was asking for to solve the problem. Minister Linares told us during a meeting held at his offices during August 2015 that GABA would have to submit an acceptable constitution by the end of October, or else the Association would be revoked. Over 3 years went by since Mr Linares promised us, for the first time, to help and it seemed that at last the time had come when he was going to deliver his promise.

Towards the end of October 2015, close to the deadline for the submission of the revised constitution, we learnt that GABA had been granted permission to hold an event in Victoria Stadium on 4th December. We didn't hear from Minister Linares but we assumed that if they had been granted the premises by GSLA, GSAC must have received and approved the new constitution. However, when one of our committee members confronted Minister Linares, he dismissed any knowledge of the issue and said "Fabian has taken over now, he's calling the shots".

Recently and coincidently when our club President Joseluis, became irreversibly ill we find that our Chief Minister, the Hon Fabian Picardo QC has taken matters into his own hands. Our sources informed us that GABA was given carte blanche by the Chief Minister to book Government facilities for their event, without the need to submit a revised constitution. In other words, our Chief Minister has completely bypassed the Minister for Sport, GSAC and the advice of AG Chambers and has given GABA the freedom to hold a boxing event on 4th December at the Victoria Stadium without even consulting the stakeholders let alone inform us of his decision. This situation, given the nature of the sport, also raises the question of where do responsibilities lie in the event of an accident.

Sadly our club has since lost our President Joseluis to brain cancer. Everyone who knew Joseluis Montegriffo, knew how passionate he was about boxing. All he wanted to do was organise events to raise funds for charity. This summer, our club put together a 12 hour Skip-A-Thon that managed to raise over £15,000, all of which was donated to Cancer Relief Gibraltar. This made Joseluis extremely happy as he had sadly become a beneficiary of this charity due to his illness. The fact that the Chief Minster came to visit him at the above mentioned charity event made him very proud. He boasted that Mr Picardo had once again promised to help with our club's plight. He posed in front of the press for a photo with him before Mr Picardo left. All of us, down at the Gibraltar Wellington Boxing Club are in shock with the latest turn of events. We cannot understand how anyone could have done this to Joseluis, notwithstanding the fact that all he was asking for was the opportunity to run a club, nothing more. We feel betrayed not only by the Minister for Sport who we believe should have stood his ground but especially our Chief Minister himself who claimed to be a friend of Joseluis. Those of us who knew Joseluis, know full well that if Joseluis hadn't been in hospital in an extremely bad shape, this wouldn't have happened so some of us might be forgiven for thinking that the timing was very carefully chosen to prevent having to face him.

We hold Mr Picardo, Mr Linares and all those behind GABA, and anyone who could have stood up and raised their voice against this injustice but didn't, responsible for depriving Joseluis Montegriffo from his last wish.

Shame on all of you.

Yours sincerely,

The Committee of the Gibraltar Wellington Boxing Club.

Shameful Name Calling

Is it not a real shame that Mr Joe Bossano, the so called “Father of the House” should at this stage in his life behave in such a low down (bajuno manner) as he did at last week’s  GSLP/Liberals general meeting?

 

Is it not disgusting that he resorted to insulting the GSD candidates by calling them Idiots, Quote - “A ver cuales de los diez Idiotas van a ser los tres mas idiotas que se van a quedar fuera” -  Unquote.

 

Is it not frightening that this man who was Chief minister of Gibraltar  for 8 years, should come out with statements like this,Is this the  kind of respect that he wants to pass on to our Youth?

 

Or should he not as “Father of the House” be teaching our young people that it takes courage to come forward into public life, regardless of what your political beliefs are, and regardless to which party you belong to.

 

Or is it that he is now calling Idiots those kind of people who 20 years ago he called Scum of the Earth?

 

Well look Mr Bossano Idiots or Scum, it was that same breed of Llanitos who kicked you out, and kept you out of Government for four consecutive terms.

 

Perhaps you are still bitter for having been defeated by Sir Peter on 4 consecutive elections.

 

A public apology would be the most decent thing on your part, and instead wish these GSD candidates well for having the courage to come forward with the view of representing ALL Gibraltarians.

 

Alfred Francis Ballester

(Freddie)

Draw 22 - Gibraltar Government Lottery Results - 10th November 2015

In accordance with Regulation 10 (2) (b) of the Lotteries Regulations 2006, the following have been declared to be the numbers of the winning tickets at the draw No. 22 of 2015, held at Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Broadcasting House on 10th day of November 2015, viz:-

FIRST PRIZE OF £100,000 NO. 02576

SECOND PRIZE OF £10,000 NO. 11303

THIRD PRIZE OF £5,000 NO. 02326

Draw 21 - Gibraltar Government Lottery Results - 27th October 2015

In accordance with Regulation 10 (2) (b) of the Lotteries Regulations 2006, the following have been declared to be the numbers of the winning tickets at the draw No. 21 of 2015, held at Gibraltar Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), Broadcasting House on 27th day of October 2015, viz:-

FIRST PRIZE OF £100,000 NO. 18666

SECOND PRIZE OF £10,000 NO. 17450

THIRD PRIZE OF £5,000 NO. 00541

 

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15% DISCOUNT ON FRIDAY OPENING!‏

MENS DEPARTMENT OPENS

After weeks of hard work by the team we are happy to announce our opening on Friday 30th October! Everyone will enjoy a 15% discount on all items on this day
Come Visit us! 

What we have all been waiting for...

Marble Arc Xmas Catalogue

Out by 9th November!

COMPETITION 

What brand is advertised on our wall?? 


For your chance to enter & win:
1. Come to the newly refurbished Mens Department
2. Tell us on Facebook (Post is on our page) which famous singer is advertised at the entrance
3. Winner gets a Pair of FRED PERRY FOOTWEAR of their choosing
4. Winner will be picked at random and announced on Tues 10th November 2015. 
    T&C's apply 
 
 

The Upper Rock Challenge

Dear Friends,

 

We are proud to announce that this is the 5th year of the “The Upper Rock Challenge”. Thanks to your support and generous donations over the past four years we have managed to raise over £20,000 for our chosen charities.

 

The charities that we have chosen to mark our 5th year are RICC (Research Into Childhood Cancer) and the Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar.

 

The event is to be held on Saturday 14 November @ 0900hrs, in the form of a charity run or walk ascending and descending the Mediterranean Steps a total of 5 times. A registration fee of £10 is to be paid on the day.

 

Our chosen charities endorse our challenge and together with the organisers of this event would greatly appreciate your help with whatever contributions you may be able to offer. Whether it be by taking part on the day or by contributing any donations you may be able to offer.

 

We have set up JustGiving pages for each of the charities as follows:

The Upper Rock Challenge 2015 RICC – www.justgiving.com/theupperrochchallenge2015ricc/
The Upper Rock Challenge 2015 PCSG - www.justgiving.com/theupperrochchallenge2015/

 

For further information please contact us via Facebook (group: The Upper Rock Challenge or events: The Upper Rock Challenge 2015) or via e-mail (matcoulthard@hotmail.com or nickygomez@live.co.uk).

 

We hope you will be able to offer your support & look forward to hearing from you.

 

Warm regards,
Matt Coulthard , Dwayne Ethrington & Nicky Gomez.
The Upper Rock Challenge organisers.

14th Gibraltar International Dance Festival

Now in its 14th year, M.O. Productions is inviting entries for participation at the annual Gibraltar International Dance Festival. The Festival shall take place at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre between 2nd and 4th March 2016. The event is affiliated to the British Federation of Festivals and the Gibraltar National Dance Organisation. It is an event open for individuals, groups and academies with the opportunity of performing in various dance categories and styles. The competition is open to everyone, with interest already received by the organisers from various international countries. Commenting on the announcement, M.O. Productions Director Seamus Byrne said: ‘We are pleased to announce the annual Gibraltar International Dance Festival is taking place in March 2016. The festival provides for local standards to increase and at the same time to raise our international profile. We hope that local dancers will make the most of an event which will act as a platform for future dance events both in Gibraltar and abroad.’ Prizes include: M.O. Productions Bursary Award £500 and Trophy Best Female Dancer of the Festival £150 and Trophy Best Male Dancer of the Festival £150 and Trophy M.O. Productions Sussex Award Flight and accommodation to participate at the 2017 Sussex Festival of Song and Dance, in Brighton Best Choreographer Trophy Winners will also be given the opportunity to compete at the Dance World Cup in Jersey 2016. Entry forms and conditions are available from: • Local dance schools • Email: mopro@gibtelecom.net • On Pointe Dance School at Casemates Square Closing date for entries is Friday 15th January 2016.

Skechers Promotion - We are OPEN!‏

SKECHERS PROMOTION !!

We are still open via our Women's Side Entrance at Cooperage Lane  
Grab a FREE Only Play Duffle Bag for every Full Priced Skechers! 
Offer valid until stocks last
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New Lines added to our Half Price Sale on Skechers Go Walk and Skechers Sport lines for Womens, Mens and Kids! 
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Mens Jacket and Shoes Offer

Grab this perfect light weather jacket and relaxed Rip Curl Shoes today

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Marble Arc is Changing...

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