Hi, Can anybody shed light on the procedure for disabled parking at Stade Rochelais please. Our first visit to the ground was a couple of weeks ago, on arrival I asked one of the stewards if there was disabled parking available and was told yes, but he then produced a list of names and asked if we were on it - sadly we weren't but he allowed us to park anyway ( what a lovely man!!) and I assumed that when you purchase match tickets you also have to reserve a disabled parking space. However, I can't find any way of doing this on the official site and have sent an email asking for help but haven't had a reply. We're going to La Rochelle/Harlequins match on 21st Jan and I'd like to organise parking asap - does anybody have experience of this please?Many thanks
Has anyone any experience of watching Six Nations rugby in Paris?If travelling by train from Ruffec, is it easy to get to the stadium?What district is the stadium located in?What is the best way to get tickets?Apologies for the list of questions but any information gratefully received.Thanks
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Hi all, looking for new runners this year/next year to join us. At moment we preparing for la rochelles Marathon but after in Dec we happy to run smaller distances. We Run in Lezay, Sauze Vaussius, Ruffec areas. Check us out on Facebook poitou-charente striders. NIce have some new faces....
If any accomplished or aspiring artist wants to help me stretch a large canvas, I could do with the help. Usually I do them myself but this a large one and it's a bit unwieldy for someone like myself, who is physically disabled. Shouldn't take too long, coffee, tea , biscuits supplied :-) I live near Secondigny, the postcode is 79130.
Hi, I am about to start back into fly fishing again. I have my carte de peche for all of France. I prefer rivers to lakes. Do any of you have advice on where to go for my first few sorties that are easily accessible. My neighbour, who has only just started to learn the art, will be coming along with me so some space to allow for wayward casting would be helpful too. We live on the borders between Vienne, Haut-Vienne and Indre.Thanks in advance.
Hi, I will be in France for the summer (near Cognac) and looking for somewhere for my 15 year old daughter to climb. I know most of the towns have indoor walls but they seem to be closed over the holidays. She has a trial for a competition squad in September and is really upset that she can't climb over the summer. So does anyone know either an indoor or outdoor facility where she can practice? Or maybe you climb and she can join you occasionally? She speaks fluent French so can join in with a French group.
Is there anyone on here that rock climbs? I used to climb quite regularly when in the UK but haven't touched stone for the last ten years or so. I would like to get back into it. I know there is a crag at Angouleme and I think one near Poitiers. I have a rack, ropes and harness. Keen to hear from anyone.