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The church of San Nicolás de Bari de Avilés opens 24 new pine wood benches elaborated by the Carpentry Workshop of the Local Development Department (05/12/2018)

They will be inaugurated this Thursday during the patron saint festivities |

The Local Development Councilor of the City of Lorca, Sandra Martínez Navarro, has delivered to the residents of Avilés the new banks made by the Carpentry Workshop of this Department for the church of San Nicolás de Bari.

The mayor has announced that "through an investment in materials of 10,000 euros, and thanks to the participation of the monitors and students of the workshop, they have been able to develop these new benches classic cut solid pine insignis, lacquered in color Specifically, 20 benches of 2'40 meters in length have been created, as well as 2 2 -40-meter recliners and another two 0.80-meter-wide individual benches.

Martinez stressed that "the quality of each of the banks, which have been elaborated with care and dedication by the participants of the workshop and that look in keeping with the beauty of the traditional temple of San Nicolás de Bari built during the 60's in the devils of Avilés Banks and priestesses will be inaugurated in the course of the Holy Mass on Thursday in commemoration of the festivities of the deputation in honor of the Virgen de los Dolores and San Nicolás.

The councilor wanted to "congratulate students and monitors for this great work that has allowed the former to form but having an impact on the society of Lorca, giving answers to the requests of the residents of Avilés who had requested the collaboration for the creation of these new banks. "

The church of San Nicolás de Bari was built in 1968 thanks to the local effort and the involvement of the priest José Ruiz Olivares, built on land donated by the Sequeros family of Murcia.

Account with a rectangular plant, having a ship and two chapels dedicated to the patterns of the deputation: San Nicolás de Bari and the Virgin of Los Dolores.

Its roof is gabled, covered with sheets of uralite and has a bell tower and lateral oculi that increase the luminosity and brightness of the building.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca

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