27 companies of gastronomic products, crafts and gifts, have joined this event, which also offers numerous activities for the whole family.
Successful participation in the 9th edition of the Almería Tiene Norte fair. Hundreds of families have visited this Sunday this gastronomic, commercial and associative meeting, and have had the opportunity to buy products made in the Almanzora, Levante and Los Vélez. Companies from the agri-food sector with sweets, chocolates, sausages, preserves, beer, cheese, wine and honey. In addition to different SMEs with products such as clothing, gifts, books, sports, renewable energy, natural soaps, cosmetics, baby accessories, accessories and a long list of gifts that have allowed residents to prepare for this Christmas.
The Plaza del Ayuntamiento de Fines was filled with tents, up to 27 different stands, with an area for children’s cooking workshops, inflatables, an exhibition of classic motorbikes and music throughout the day by the Trio Jazz Ada, the Coro Rociero San Esteban, and the stellar performance of La Espartera ‘Vuelve la Rumba’ that brought the whole audience to their feet during the afternoon.
The inauguration was held at noon by the Mayor of Fines, Rodrigo Sánchez, accompanied by the Vice President of the Diputación de Almería, Fernando Giménez, the Delegate of Agriculture, Antonio Mena and the Delegate of Local Administration, Carmen Navarro, as well as mayors of the Almanzora region and colleagues from different municipalities in the area. “We are now in our ninth year with a fair that seeks to boost our economy. It is our way of helping businesses in the north of the province and the best way to fix the population in towns like ours,” said the mayor, satisfied with the response of the residents who filled the Town Hall square at that time.
For his part, the Vice President of the Provincial Council, Fernando Giménez, reaffirmed his support for this fair “the Provincial Council has supported this fair since its first edition, because we are convinced that the best way to fight against depopulation is to ensure that there is life and employment in our villages. Fairs like these are the best way to help our SMEs”. The Delegate of Agriculture of the Junta de Andalucía, who for the first time joins this event, was satisfied because “Almeria has North and here there are many families who live from agribusiness, a vital sector for the economy of this province” assured Mena.
Cooking workshops for children, skate and bicycle routes for the whole family, free mattresses, exhibition of classic cars, esparto grass workshop, music and raffles throughout the day, served to complete a day in which even the weather accompanied and allowed the balance of this edition has been unbeatable.