Betis clothes their grandparents

first_imgLaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 30, 2020 Betis has launched a campaign to accompany its oldest partners. The population most at risk during this coronavirus pandemic. Called ‘El Betis closer’ and in collaboration with its foundation, the Verdiblanco club have started calling the 236 members over 75 years old that the entity has and, progressively, it will be contacting subscribers from younger ages to 70. The objective is to reach 2,100 people.Club employees, including the president and vice president, as well as sports director Alexis Trujillo, have to make a number of calls to those members over the age of 70. Also footballers. He wonders if they are alone or accompanied and if they have their basic needs covered. If there is a problem, the case is reported to the Foundation, which contacts the public social services or the NGOs destined to solve the problems of the elderly. “It was time to be with our elders, a part of the population quite exposed in this crisis. Loneliness wreaks havoc and we can also detect if there is any serious problem “, Rafael Muela, manager of the Real Betis Foundation, points out. “It is very gratifying to make life better for these Betis veterans, who tell us how Betis became and what Betis means to them. Many are alone and having a hard time. A phone call has a great emotional impact. It makes the recipient happy and it’s also very rewarding for the one who does it. “last_img read more

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Moroccos first Six Senses Spa is set to create a

first_imgMorocco’s first Six Senses Spa is set to create a new benchmark of luxury and wellness in the region by combining contemporary Moroccan architecture and cutting-edge spa design with unique and enriching wellness experiences designed to balance the senses. Scheduled to open late 2011, the 1,500 square meter or 16,000 square feet spa will be a centerpiece of The Baglioni Marrakech – a boutique 5-star hotel set within a stunning 34-acre parkland resort and residential development located just 5-minutes by car from Marrakech Airport.The Six Senses Spa at The Baglioni Marrakech has been uniquely designed to be a body temple incorporating the principles of feng shui using fire and water to balance the senses beyond all expectations. The spa combines beautiful outdoor landscapes with indoor treatment rooms including two couples rooms with sunken bath for half day and full day package getaways or a la carte treatments if time is limited. A feature of the spa is the traditional hammam heat experience offering hammam journeys for individuals, couples and small groups. A central courtyard with three floating relaxation areas surrounded by water features and lush landscaping offers guests the opportunity to relax and enjoy herbal teas grown in the spas own organic garden.The extensive spa facility also comprises eight single treatment rooms set around ponds, an outdoor terrace for group treatments, a 60 square meter gym, plus a steam, sauna, experience shower and state-of-the-art floatation pool. A bridal area offers spa and wedding parties a convenient one-stop area to enjoy simple stress relief and relaxation therapies including facials, scrubs and steam baths. Within the bridal suite, beauty treatments are offered at the manicure and pedicure bar. In addition to a comprehensive range of therapies and pampering choices administered by internationally trained therapists and visiting wellness consultants, the spa offers a consultation room and a roof-top yoga pavilion ideal for corporate wellness conferences and programs.The Moroccan-inspired Six Senses Spa at The Baglioni Marrakech will provide an idyllic destination for guests looking to escape from their hectic lifestyle and indulge in treatments that are therapeutic and restorative for their total well-being. The spa will service The Baglioni Marrakech guests, resident owners and private members only.www.sixsenses.com www.baglionihotels.comlast_img read more

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The death of the Android tablet Facebooks favourite starsign and the government

first_img This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. It’s been an exciting few weeks for news, with Computex and E3 both delivering big product news. Now, we’re back to normality, mourning the death of another Google product, wincing at a new cryptocurrency and rolling our eyes at the government as it messes up.With that in mind, let’s get on with the biggest news from the show for This Week in Geek.Death of the Android tabletA long long time ago, as far back as 2014, tablets were supposed to take over the world. Desktop PC sales were down, the iPad was a must-have device, and everyone was churning out their own tablets.In a statement Thursday, Google announced that it would continue to support their Pixel Slate with security updates, but otherwise it was done with tablets, even canning two previously unannounced models. Instead, it’s focusing on its ChromeOS laptop range, quietly signalling that the tablet revolution is over. But why did tablets fail to take over the world? In short, ’twas phones that killed the beast. When tablets first appeared on the scene, it was a cheap and convenient way to do a bunch of tasks you would usually use a laptop for: watching videos, playing games or even some basic productivity apps.Related: Best Tablet 2019That was a great option. Then phones started growing, and they didn’t stop. Screens got bigger. Upsettingly, people started using the word phablet un-ironically. Phones like the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 10 have a huge screen, but also all of the benefits of carrying a phone about.With pocket-stretching phones now the norm — despite the fact I opt for a svelte Pixel 3 — tablets just don’t seem necessary anymore,Unless they have a picture of a fruit on the back. iPads probably aren’t going anywhere.The Facebook coinFacebook finally unveiled its cryptocurrency, Libra, this week. The currency will be spendable over Messenger, WhatsApp and a new Facebook app called Calibra that will function like a wallet. At a basic level, Libra is a Facebook backed Bitcoin. However, Bitcoin has a lot of flaws: primarily, Bitcoin is bad for the planet, and like all cryptocurrencies, it’s incredibly volatile. Facebook wants to shake things up a bit. The value of Libra is supposed to be much more stable than many other major cryptocurrencies, because Libra “will be effectively linked to a basket of fiat currencies” described as “a collection of low-volatility assets, including bank deposits and government securities in currencies from stable and reputable central banks”.Hopefully this, in addition to regulation from the Libra Association headquartered in Sweden with members like Paypal, Square, Mastercard and many other tech outfits and financial institutions, can make it a more reputable cryptocurrency than the rest of the pack, which have a well-deserved reputation for being a little sketchy. Sign up for the Mobile NewsletterSign Up Please keep me up to date with special offers and news from Goodtoknow and other brands operated by TI Media Limited via email. You can unsubscribe at any time. Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend, using industry standard tests to evaluate products. We’ll always tell you what we find. We may get a commission if you buy via our price links.Tell us what you think – email the Editorcenter_img No porn please, we’re BritishSwamped by mass debates, the U.K government has pumped the brakes on its incoming porn block, less than a week before the entire internet was supposed to be declared a fap-free zone on our fair shores.The aim: to stop under-18’s accessing explicit sexual imagery and corrupting their poor innocent souls. A noble aim, but the government’s chosen method to get you to prove your age needs some work. To access porn you’ll need to register your information, use a debit card or even buying a porn pass from your local newsagent. Both options serve to other you, somewhat, or worse, could enable the government to track what exactly it is that gets you off. Combine this with the U.K gov’s history of data breaches and, well, leaving important documents in the back of taxis, and this could be a time bomb for privacy.Related: Best VPN 2019However the end isn’t quite nigh. It turns out that locking down every porn site on the internet is a lot of work. Originally, this was supposed to take place in April 2018, then April 2019, and now the government has just stepped away from its June 2019 release date. Our staff writer Adam has got a good run down on exactly what’s going on with the UK Porn Block, but the key thing to work out here is how impossible it all is. Every site will be free to make its own arrangements, and now the news, quietly, is that not every site will be slapped with the requirements. It is, in every way I can see, a total mess. Parents worried about their children getting knee-deep in porn ahead of time should consider keeping a closer eye on them, or talking to mobile networks and ISPs about adult content blocks, which are all available to be enabled right now, without even needing the government’s intervention. We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies – we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy.last_img read more

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