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Sharing France with you

Every week you'll find new stories, local and national events, comments, recipes and advice on this page. Click on the Archive button to see previous posts full of interesting information and links.

Facelift for our team in Verteillac!

Katherine O`Neill // Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Our hard-working team at the Verteillac office are getting a well-deserved facelift! Well, the office is getting the facelift to be precise.

New panelling is up, the lovely Beaux Villages green paint is going on and we'll be adding new signage any time now.

During the works it's business as usual so, whether you are buying or selling, drop in an see the team, have a coffee and meet the Property Consultants.

Properties in and around Verteillac can be found by clicking here. 

The B word

Tracey Hudson & Jacqui Reddin-Williams // Monday, 15 July 2019

In light of 31st October - Halloween in more ways than one this year and potentially more Brexit bad press - our Beaux Villages team have been reflecting on how we’re coping with battling the Brexit blues in France.

Whilst the situation remains uncertain, we do know that there are 39,000 British living in Nouvelle Aquitaine (south-west France) and approx. 400,000 French in London (according to the French consulate in London). Therefore, we are confident that even if there is a no-deal Brexit a reciprocal agreement will be made.

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You'd better baalieve it!

Nicky Charles // Friday, 05 July 2019

From the 4th to 7th July 2019 the World Sheep Shearing and Woolhandling championships are coming to France for the first time.

The event is taking place in Le Dorat, a village in the North of the Haute-Vienne department.

Competitors from some 35 countries will be present during the 4 days of competitions.

A wide variety of side events and activities have been programmed alongside the competition: herding dog trials, logging demonstrations and competitions, a farmer's market..., and live music....throughout days and evenings...

Image: Sent from agent Ray Metcalfe right amongst the action!

Click for information source and tickets still available.

Coming soon in the Gers...

Mel Aldous // Friday, 05 July 2019

...Hens to peck at your household waste!

If you thought that your local council had thought of everything to reduce the mountains of household waste - you were wrong! We have all been proposed recycling bins, different coloured bin bags and compost bins, but in the Gers a new idea has just been hatched, following in the footsteps of a few other departments.

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Summer night markets are back!

Nicky Charles // Wednesday, 03 July 2019

Hoorah, it's July! That means the night markets, or 'marchés nocturnes', are beginning this week through to the end of August in a village near you!

A wonderful way to spend a summer's evening, taking in the smells coming from local food stands, sampling local wine, listening to bands, having a dance and making new friends.

What’s more, there is no washing up to do!

You can take a look here to find which day your village is hosting theirs: link.

Image source: Sarlat Tourism

Be a Sport!

Julie Savill // Tuesday, 11 June 2019

When does sport become leisure? When it makes its way onto your wishlist for your new home in France! Fishing, swimming, riding, walking and more can all play a part in everyday life.

Golf
As a national passion this is less established in France than, say, the UK or USA.
But it is accelerating and well supported at grass-roots level, and in practice this currently means affordability and accessibility.

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