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Mimosa Matters on World Cancer Day

Mimosa Matters have organised 2 big events. The first is the Mimosa coffee morning on World Cancer Day - the 4th February. They are encouraging anyone of any age to sign up to host their own coffee morning to raise funds - like the Macmillan formula in the UK. Read more

Thursday, 31 January 2019    Section: Events

Food and Recipes

Own your own corner of a French vineyard

Calling all wine lovers! If you are passionate about wine  and love vineyards, you could own a share in a vineyard and enjoy many benefits... Find out how... Read more

Wednesday, 9 May 2018    Section: Food and Recipes

Art and Artists

Artist Of The Month - Kirstin McCoy

Kirstin McCoy is a contemporary impressionist artist living in the South of France. Her Art is inspired by the famous "Southern light" and amazing vibrant colours of the South of France. We were spoilt for choice but here are 4 superb paintings we have featured. See more

Sunday, 1 May 2016    Section: Art and Artists

General Articles

Off your trolley

Are we being served or merely tolerated? In the battle of supermarket shopping, the French fail dismally.
Wednesday, 24 February 2010    Section: General Articles

General Articles

Shrunken Houses

Househunting tips and cautionary advice on how French properties measure up. Or not...
Tuesday, 23 February 2010    Section: General Articles

General Articles

Driving Lessons

Spatial awareness, silly in Spandex cyclists, getting into cars with strangers all make for the drive of your life in France.
Wednesday, 25 November 2009    Section: General Articles



Why is Sarkozy so widely hated by people in his own country? Is he really as bad as Silvio?