The ICE club (International Club of Estepona) is getting ready to open its doors again on Monday 14th December for day time activities only, after a break owing to the Covid-19 Pandemic and the subsequent Spanish restrictions.
We are looking forward to welcoming the return of our members and guests and we are planning a full schedule of events for next year, Covid permitting. We will be maintaining the highest standards of cleansing and sanitisation at the club, according to the Spanish Government’s rules, with social distancing and the wearing of masks where necessary.
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A Social and Cultural Club for English Speaking People
The name of The ICE Club (International Club of Estepona) was chosen by the original club members when it was formed in 1988 and this is the name the club has adopted.
We had registration problems with Spanish authorities in 1992 when the club was given the official title "Club Sierra Bermeja Socio-Cultural de Estepona" from which the name "Siberme " was derived. It can be seen in our logo which was designed by Mim Russell, one of our earliest members.
The club runs regular organized activities including art classes, bowls, bridge, computing, lottery, music nights, petanque, quiz nights, rambling, social nights, songs of praise, Spanish lessons, tertulia and whist. We arrange coach trips to many places of interest. The club has a bar and puts on evening events which have included candle lit suppers, dances, guitar and jazz concerts, parties, pantomimes, talks, murder and mystery, musical shows, theatre and wine tasting.
The club is open on Thursday morning when the committee reports on current news and forthcoming activities and the members have their opportunity of communicating their own news and views. The club is also open as a social venue on Tuesday and Sunday mornings.