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Angloinfo Blogs in France

Winter sports and safety

February 5, 2015 by Mia on Hiking Biking Climbing, French Riviera

Every winter season, between 40 000 and 45 000 persons are rescued from the ski slopes in France. To reduce this number, the French government has… Read more…

Winter sports and safety

A Finished Garage

November 13, 2014 by Jonathan on The plan comes together, Normandy

Well, we have spent a few months working hard and have finished the site workshop.  Building it completely ourselves (apart from the slates on the roof… Read more…

A Finished Garage

SEASON OF THE HITCH

November 11, 2014 by Jon on Brittany Cricket, Brittany

Well  that was a strange season and no mistake.   Our friends at Central Brittany (CBCC) had gone all out to entice teams over from the… Read more…

SEASON OF THE HITCH

On target…………

October 11, 2014 by Lian on Moo la la!, Normandy

Happy Monday to you all, I’m slightly wincing whilst I type today, if you have read any of my blogs before you will know that I… Read more…

On target…………

October 15, 2014 by Julie on Living and Working in Brittany, Brittany

Hi   I have just found these posts. Really sorry I didn’t reply to them but they went to an email address I only use as… Read more…

Attention all cats lovers

October 4, 2014 by Marie-Annick Cariou on Beautiful Brittany, Brittany

If, like me, you rely on the well-being of your pets to feel good yourself, you probably live with one, two or more cats or doggies…. Read more…

Attention all cats lovers

Income tax reform news

September 26, 2014 by Nick on Financial Insights from South-West France, Dordogne

French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, recently declared his intention to remove the 5.5% income tax rate. This is part of the Government’s policy of seeking to… Read more…

Income tax reform news

Ribbons

October 11, 2012 by MonMon Stories on MonMon & Friends, Languedoc

Rhys & His Ribbons. This is a story about Rhys, a special boy aged 9 who is obsessed with ribbons. He also collects bows, garden flowers,… Read more…

Ribbons

Canaille

July 31, 2014 by Sammy on Sam's K9 Buddies, Languedoc

Hello again everybody, Things have not improved any since my blog of last week. In fact a further eleven dogs have arrived at the refuge, and… Read more…

Canaille

How to decide whether a move abroad is right for you

June 6, 2014 by Rural Writer on English Alien in France, Dordogne

One morning in March I shocked many – including myself – when I suddenly upped and moved to a country where I don’t speak the language,… Read more…

How to decide whether a move abroad is right for you
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