Photo: Tenerife Cabildo. Las Fuentes in the municipality of Guía de Isora is an ethnographic heritage site at around 1,000m altitude not far from the Barranco de Erques, and almost directly above Tejina de Isora behind Tejina mountain. It displays all the hallmarks of typical village life in Tenerife in generations past, not the least of which are the pipes, wells and cisterns connected with the supply of water from the springs from which the village takes its name. There are also communal ovens, threshing circles, caves, and the local authority has put much work into restoring and preserving the village over recent years. Now everyone willREAD MORE

Updated 16 February: Adeje Ayuntamiento says that more than 100 people attended the talk, and reminded Adeje residents that the council, through the municipal consumers advice office OMIC, can supply them with a standard letter to initiate the reclaim procedure. This might be a great first step before taking it to ADICAE or similar. Adeje’s OMIC offices are in the new building on the corner just beyond the Post Office at the bottom of town. Updated 14 February: Just a reminder that Adeje’s public meeting about mortgage floor clauses is tomorrow at 6pm in the Cultural Centre. The council says: Adeje Council, through the local OMIC (municipal citizen’s attention bureau),READ MORE

Since it began in 2011 it has become a major summer event, and this year’s Arona Summer Festival is likely to be just as popular as previous years. This year’s will be held in a new festival ground in Amarilla Golf over 4-6 August, with much greater parking available, wider spaces away from the stage for other events and greater security, and of course the camping! There is a full programme which the organizers are planning to announce this evening so watch this space! ASF has an official website is HERE for anyone interested to keep up to date. There’s also a twitter feed HERE, and aREAD MORE