Uncategorized 21/11/2017 at 11:55 h.
Air pollution.. The Generalitat de Catalunya today, 21th November 2017, issued a preventative warning on air pollution across Catalonia, even though the forecast is for an improvement in air quality in the Barcelona area.
Free time. The Santa Llúcia and Sagrada Família Christmas fairs get under way, while a huge ‘tió’ log will be set up in Av. Catedral to poop presents for children.
Procurement. Following on from the protocols on social efficiency and environmental sustainability, public procurement guides for public innovation and the purchase of ICT services have now been presented.
Rights. The City Residency Document will help people in irregular administrative situations to accredit their integration, length of time living in the city, family and employment ties, studies and knowledge of languages.
Urban planning. The entire length of C/ Cristóbal de Moura will become a linear landscaped garden, connecting the Parc del Centre del Poblenou with the Parc del Besòs.
Santa Eulàlia. Over 900 children from different schools in the city have been tasked by the Mayor with writing the proclamation speech for the Santa Eulàlia festivities.
Security. Over eight hundred political representatives, experts and professionals are taking part in the European Forum for Urban Security event.
Christmas 2017. The 'ingravidolles' will act as the link between the various activities offered over the Christmas season in the city.
Christmas 2017. The giant Tió awaits children from 25 November to 10 December, and on 16 and 17 December.
Christmas 2017. The Santa Llúcia Fair, the city’s most popular Christmas market, sets up in Pla de la Seu, in Av. Catedral.
Christmas 2017. Nearly a hundred stalls set up in Plaça de la Sagrada Família to welcome Christmas.
Young children. The games festival is on at the Fabra i Coats from 17 to 26 November.
Festivals. The neighbourhood of La Sagrera is holding its local festival from 16 to 26 November.
Exhibitions. The Palau Robert is offering a display of 90 photographs by the Catalan photographer Joana Biarnés.
Film. The series offers a family programme based around growth through play.