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20-20 Visions : British Screenagers Hit the Big Two O. by Patrick Hurley

OK, so Brexit may mean Brexit but The 20th British Screen Festival in Nîmes means what it says on the tin. The years have flashed by and from February 24th…

An escape to the Futuroscope by Laurence Boxall

THE FUTUROSCOPEThe only park like it in Europe! With over 25 original attractions, the Futuroscope is the park of excitement. An opportunity to discover the newest technologies through visual rides…

Moving to Béziers : The first six months by Holly Howard

My husband and I have now called Béziers home for six months. Six nerve-wracking, exciting and everything-in-between months. The summer season that greeted us when we first moved frolicked by…

Power assisted skiing by Laurence Boxall

Ski~Mojo? What on earth is that? Let me tell you all about it from the beautiful Serre Chevalier

Portrait of a teacher : Here and there by Alec fullerton

Why is no one wearing a school uniform? What’s all this about secularism? It’s 5pm and they’re still in classes, what’s going on? Why do you swap from a collège…

Royal Vision by Brian Langston

As a young Police Sergeant pounding the beat in the historic towns of Windsor and Eton in the 1980s I was amazed at the number of ghost stories that I…

The wines of Faugères by Rosemary George

Why write a book on Faugères? Because it is there. Because it is the nearest vineyard to my Languedoc home. Because I love the wines and their variety within this…

The tale of the hanged-unhanged man by Janice Lert

The gallinero in Santo Domingo de la Calzada where the hen and rooster are kept. Once upon a time there was a road, called the Via Tolosana, that crossed Languedoc…

It could NEVER happen: a cautionary tale by Metrice Harris-Weedman

Never in a million years did I think I would wake up to a victorious Trump on the 9th of November. I stayed up as long as my droopy eyes…

Do not enter : Why is the word PRIVATE so difficult to understand?! by Bernice Clark

When out and about and spotting an interesting private property I understand that the owners aren’t expecting unwanted visitors. That’s simple. Why is it then that our own home, bearing…

Children’s therapy: what it looks like by Gorana Arnaud

In general, treating children in therapy is more complicated then treating adults. When an adult is in therapy, there is only one person for the therapist to consider: the patient.…

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