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started by: jenjenlorimer-658359 · last update: 1583006028 · posted: 1426256724

Hi all, I am currently arranging my wedding in Provence for Aug next year. We will have the civil ceremony here in Ireland then a humanist service in the grounds of my parents house in Entrechaux. Does anyone here know of a celebrant  you would be happy to recommend? thanks in advance Jenny 

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started by: pippa660 · last update: 1571317103 · posted: 1571317103

LibDems in France: the president leaves a bill of almost1000 € to be paid to the co-organizers of ALDE Party IM / France, the individual members of the Renew Europe group, after the Toulouse meeting of28 September in Toulouse on "Brexit and European Policies »This is a wonderful story of cross-party cooperation that deserves to be told.The current president of the LibDems in France contacted at the end of 2018 theFrench Coordinator of the ALDE Party IM / France.LibDems sits in the "Renew Europe" group formerly ALDE in theEuropean Parliament.The idea was to make a meeting in Toulouse on the theme "Brexit andEuropean Policies".Seeing that the project was not moving forward, and that the President of theLibDems in France was the only one managing everything, I suggested that the"France team" ALDE give him a hand.This team includes, in particular, representatives in France of politicalparties from other EU countries.A budget was presented by the Coordinator ALDE-IM / France, accepted by thepresident of LibDems in France.Quite quickly, the president of the LibDems left us the task of setting up theproject by his repeated absence:impossible to get him to write a program. it was necessary for the CoordinatorALDE-France to draft it; Unable to obtain introductory texts, the president of the LibDems in Francesystematically returned the original text (poorly written in English and poorlytranslated into French);The Coordinator Alde-IM France had given a list of politicians to inviteimperatively by the president of the LibDems, for reasons of republican politeness(including the local presidents of French political parties sitting in thegroup Renew Europe)., The president of the LibDems in France did not inviteany!Between the 2nd of September and the 10th of September, it was impossible tojoin the President of the LibDems, he did not respond voluntarily while we hadurgent things to settle. He responded by email on September 10th that he wasnot answering because he was going on a tour with his family!Even better :On the lack of republican politeness: the customis that when an event like the meeting of Toulouse is organized by bringing inBritish, German and other parliamentarians, the organizer contacts the CityHall to invite the Mayor of the city.The president of the LibDems in France did not doit while the Coordinator ALDE_IM France asked him very many times to do it. It was necessary that the coordinatorALDE_IM France uses all its diplomatic sense of former diplomat to "catchthe blow" and avoid the diplomatic incident with the Mayor of Toulousearriving to invite, even late, the Deputy Mayor concerned.We continue ... It's not over!I pass on the room in the Novotel Purpan whoselast two rows of seats were dirty and stained, the microphones that did notwork.The money and the € 1000 bill left:A week before the meeting in Toulouse, with ticketsales, the accounts were already balanced and the budgeted expenses paid.Only three people had bought the meal proposal.So, it was decided to cancel the proposed lunchmeal, and leave it free.In addition the hotel has a restaurant and thereare restaurants around the hotel.Surprise: At the end of the morning of the 28September meeting, the President of LibDems announced that a buffet lunch wasserved for the participantsWhen the people, whose expenses were to be takencare of, left the hotel, they were surprised to learn that they had to pay thereserved hotel rooms on behalf of the company of the President of the LibDemsin France. , whereas they had to be paid by the President of the LibDems inFrance directly.I remind you that a week before the meeting, therewas enough cash on hand.We continue!A few days later, the president of the LibDems inFrance sent an email to the other co-organizers asking them to pay the entrancefee to the conference plus lunch!Since when do the organizers pay to participate inthe meeting they organized?= 45 €!The President of LibDems in France also said hewould not pay other fees. In fact, the president of LibDems in France used the money to pay theexpenses for …fully refund his own expenses, and, invite his British friends onFriday, September 27 evening for dinner and lunch on Saturday, September 28noon.He left a bill of almost 1000 € for the co-organizers.ALDE Party coordinator IM France sent a complaint against the president ofLibdems En France to LibDems president Jo Swinson.Ditto for the general secretariat of ALDE in Brussels.The financial director of LibDems assured that the costs would be reimbursed... by the President of the Libdems in France.He has still not repaid despite pressure.The ALDE Party Im France coordinator put a post on the ALD-IM Facebook group onthis story.The case is therefore public.For my part, I find myself having paid a bill of just over € 450 while myhusband is unemployed and we absolutely can not afford such a hole. Because ofthe President of LibDems in France, I am obliged to cancel a very importanttrip for me.I wanted to tell you this story because the attitude of the president ofLibDems in France is inadmissible. He is a man without words.ALDE_IM Party France and probably other political parties in Frank will nolonger collaborate with the LibDems in France as long as it will be chaired bythe current president.This is what the ALDE Party Im France coordinator wrote to LibDems PresidentSwinson.As proof of what I have just written, I can give copies of all the justifyingemails.

started by: blueboy2499-226319 · last update: 1563010038 · posted: 1563010038

We have several double glazed units that need replacing. Trying to find a glazier thar will do the job is as rare as hens teeth.We have had one guy contact us and said the law in France states that you cannot just change one damaged unit you have to replace the whole  French window.Is this just Bull Cr**p or is it factual ?

started by: croquette-657218 · last update: 1551625491 · posted: 1551625491

We have the content of our 1 bed flat to move back to Scotland from Nice, anyone interested ? Thanks

started by: lilymo-499868 · last update: 1518568207 · posted: 1518033045

does anyone play Mahjong?

started by: Monty-Morgan-915698 · last update: 1516904629 · posted: 1516803143

Hi I am planning a road trip to Italy crossing into the country, via Nice, at Ventimiglia.We would then like to head for Genoa, then onto Pisa and Sienna.I was wondering if anyone has any experience and recommendations of places to stay/experience in or around any of the above destinations or anywhere else in that same locality?Many thanks. Like Report

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started by: Rick-873865 · last update: 1516791667 · posted: 1515509605

I just though I would write down a few things I have learnedduring my first 6 months in France. This may be of use to others, if not thenplease feel free to scoff.Before my move, I laughed at those who advised to rentbefore you buy.  I had been planning thismove for many years, had holidayed and researched the area, and I knew exactlywhere I wanted to buy, and what kind of house I wanted. Or so I thought! As itturned out, with a slow housing market in the Scottish Borders due to UK Union,and Brexit, uncertainties, I found myself having to sell in Scotland first,before buying in France, so a rental in Provence became necessary. I amcertainly glad it turned out this way. Not because I don’t like it here, butbecause my views of what and where to buy are now very different having beenimmersed here a while.Our rental property is most people’s idea of perfectProvence. A stone built farmhouse surrounded by vineyards, with views of TheLuberon to the South, and the Monts de Vaucluse and Ventoux to the North. Wehave more idyllic restaurants within a 10 minute drive, than I can count. Butwe very soon decided that if our rental house came up for sale, we would notwant to buy it.Firstly, a beautiful old farmhouse has secret places: Thereare the dark places for critters to hide – we had to remove on average, onescorpion per week during the summer, and whilst you do get used to them, theyare not ideal housemates. Would a more modern, or more modernised, house, have fewer critters. As autumn came along, odours followed. Rodents seekshelter inside the stone walls and lofts of old buildings as the weather coolsdown, and we assume that the periodic smells of decaying flesh occur after onehas died. It is amazing how much odour a dead mouse can produce, it seems tolast about 3 weeks, and there is nothing you can do except burn a scentedcandle. Then there is the insulation factor. Looking at houses inthe Summer, I laughed when the Immobilier extolled the virtues of insulationand underfloor heating. In December however, our uninsulated, draughty (yetdouble glazed) house turned into an ice box. Double digit temperatures duringthe day don’t seem to compensate for the minus temperatures at night, and ourelectric radiators and big open fire just can’t heat up those metre thick wallswhich kept us pleasantly cool in Summer. Moving on, it has been interesting to see how each of theLuberon villages has changed with the seasons. During the August tourist rush,we tried guessing which villages would go into hibernation during winter, andwhich would retain some life. On balance, we were pleasantly surprised at howlively winter is, but there were surprises both ways. Some of the villages weexpected to have a strong local following, are virtually closed in November andJanuary, whilst others we expected to shut down, remain quite lively duringwinter. Most of the positive preconceptions we had about the areahave thankfully, been reinforced. The markets here a superb, if you learn tofollow the seasons. Coming from the UK, we were used to being able to buy anykind of fruit or vegetable year-round, without thinking of the carbon cost offlying them from wherever. Here, you can buy boxfuls of peaches, nectarines andcourgettes for next to nothing in August, while a cabbage will be expensive. Asautumn rolls in, the prices reverse, as different produce comes into season. The locals here are wonderful. They are pleasant enough intourist season, but the lady in your village boulangerie has a moreenthusiastic “Bonjour” in the morning when she realises in late October thatyou didn’t leave when the weather cooled. It is very satisfying when they start to recognise you as a local.Most of the French here do not speak English,even many in the estate agencies and hotels, where you would expect a fairnumber of English clientele. Strangely, most are very apologetic about notspeaking English, whereas it is us Brits who should be ashamed of our patheticattempts at the language of a country we choose to live in! Don’t come to Provence expecting to find communities ofexpat Brits. The French talk of the large numbers of British in Bordeaux andthe Dordogne, and one even suggested to me that in Bergerac, English is now thefirst language! My own experience of that area is a holiday in a small villagenear St Emilion, where one of only two restaurants in the village had “ExpatNight” every Friday, serving a choice of fish & chips or curry! Not so inProvence. You will hear English accents at the local market, but the wholeexpat thing is low key, and I have spoken to as many Belgians and Dutch livingin the area as British. I personally prefer it that way, but I can understandwhy some may want to seek out familiar language, culture and humour. TheDordogne may therefore suit some better!The slow pace of life in Provence is reflected in the retailtrade, where if you want anything out of the ordinary, it might take time,compared to the UK. For example, my experience of tyre fitters in the UK isthat they can get a tyre for almost any car in a matter of hours. In Provence,if you have one of the ubiquitous Berlingo vans (only it seems, available inwhite!), you are spoilt for choice, but when I got a puncture in one of the ultra-lowprofile tyres on my BMW, even fitters in the larger towns of Aix and Avignon,quoted me a 1 week delivery.  The moralhere is that if you only have one car, and you need to rely on it, maybe Frenchis better.So what to conclude? Well, life in Provence has exceeded myexpectations, and I have not regretted my move for one second. I have modifiedmy priorities to some extent on house type and features, and am close to makinga purchase.  I still intend to live inone of those beautiful perched villages for which Provence is famous, but maybenot one I originally planned. From my original shortlist of half a dozen or sovillages in which I would like to live, one or two have dropped off, and one ortwo new ones have been added. And having previously mocked those who advised torent before you buy, I have now joined their number. The choice of house andlocation to live in year round for the longterm, as I intend, is too important tobe made on the basis of a few weeks Summer vacation.  

started by: Faulkner-654601 · last update: 1516525683 · posted: 1266318190

Does anyone know if charity clothes bins exist in the Aix-en-Provence region? I have old clothes and shoes and don't just want to throw them in the dustbin. I have never seen a charity shop but does anyone know if any charities accept old clothing?

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started by: Monty-Morgan-915698 · last update: 1515784678 · posted: 1512905095

Hello All, I live in Poitou Charente and am planning a trip to Marseilles in Feb to watch Rugby at the Velodrome. Can anyone help please with any info regarding distance from Airport into Marseilles and transport links? Also same info for getting to and from the Velo from Town Center?Any opinions on places to stay also welcome.Many thanks

started by: Meridian-907798 · last update: 1513259106 · posted: 1513259106

Hello! I am energetic and hardworking and I am looking for a job in or around Nice, Monaco, Antibes or Cannes. I can take care of children, seniors and cleaning apartments or in restaurant, I am open to any job where I could be useful .Friendly, self-motivated, responsible, and would love to work with peopleI can speak: Polish, Danish English and basic French.I am interested in in any job and available immediately.My e-mail: edyta35@live.dkThanks in advance!

started by: spitfire-182482 · last update: 1510828092 · posted: 1506077015

OK I know it is a bit early but which Christmas markets in the region would you recommend?

started by: JMEAT · last update: 1506264575 · posted: 1505496921

FRIDAY 15-09-2017Hello,I visit Marseille regularly as some of my relatives live there. Would like to meet fellow Brits based in the city, or nearby, for a drink and compare notes about life in Marseille. Please contact me via my e-mail address: jme.oliver@hotmail.co.uk   Thank you and regards, John.

started by: Cassandra James-271250 · last update: 1503865583 · posted: 1493201803

Hi, Im an expat Australian, based in the UK, and I live in Crestet (near Vaison la Romaine) in the spring each year...  If you are in the area, and like to connect with another expat, then say hello. I'm a traveller, an entrepreneur practicing energy medicine, and into hiking, photography, meditation, local events and of course, Provence food! 

started by: Darren-Stokes-893248 · last update: 1503419971 · posted: 1503419971

Hi Everyone. I would like to try and meet fellow Brits close to where I am living. I am 36 years old male with French wife and son. I have lived in Saint zacharie for 10 years and have got on fine. However lately I have become very homesick and find myself searching for some of my home culture. Living in a small village is very nice and the French are very welcoming but its not the UK and i really miss the talking etc etc. If anyone know of any groups or feels the same way I do i would love to hear from you.

started by: Annie-Thomas-905549 · last update: 1502047819 · posted: 1500907160

Can anyone give me any ideas/advice on trying to find lost property in Marseille? I appreciate this is probably a fool's errand, but I lost my camera yesterday. Any ideas? Many thanks. 

started by: Rick-873865 · last update: 1501674211 · posted: 1501078908

Hello, I've read all the past posts on this, and the most recent seem to be 3 years old, and I am aware that satellite beam sizes keep reducing. So for those of you in Provence, is a 1 metre dish still adequate to pick up UK Sky TV and BBC broadcasts, or do I need to go bigger?Also, has anybody a personal recommendation of a dish supplier (dish supply only, I don't need installation, decoder etc).

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