Yet again, the British Consulate ignores the hundreds, if not thousands, of British expats who live on the northern Costa Blanca between Denia and Valencia both on the coast and inland.
Ten meetings on how Brexit will affect our lives have been arranged by the Consulate between November 6 and December 18 (Costa Levante News October 19) but all of the venues being used are located from Denia south along the coast.
Why no meeting in Oliva or Gandía for instance? As is well known public transport links between Denia and Valencia are non-existent, so a car journey of some distance is required to reach the nearest venue.
Yet there are meetings for instance in Teulada and Calpe, Jávea, Denia and Alcalalí. Why are those of us who live outside this zone being denied easy access to vital information, which will have a profound impact on all of us resident here?
To my recollection this is the second time meetings have not given due consideration to those who live further north.
Of course the schedule of meetings will have been planned before the latest news from Brussels suggesting an extension to the transition period, so it is possible the officials from the Consulate will have no final and definitive information to impart, but perhaps when they do know what will be happening they could give all of us who live in the Valencian region an opportunity to attend.