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At home in the Pays d'Oc by Patricia Feinberg Stoner

Patricia and her husband Patrick became accidental expatriates on Friday 18th July 2003.

Cycle for Life! by Annette Morris

If you are "of an age" and live here in the South of France, there is a fair chance you will have already heard of Cancer Support France (CSF). CSF…

The things I miss by Carole Rommene

I met a lovely couple of English readers in our restaurant recently (Hello Jean and Colin). They have lived near Uzès for the past decade and are very much settled…

Musée d’Art Brut, Montpellier’s newest gem for the whole family! by Metrice Harris-Weedman

While shopping around for affordable paintings to fit our house, I stumbled upon a style frequently referred to as Art Brut. Without knowing more than the name and with no…

Airbus Helicopters: high-flying European technology by Janice Lert

The city of Marignane, where the plane carrying you to Provence may have landed, is also home to one of the main industrial sites in the Bouches-du-Rhône, Airbus Helicopters. Located…

An expat’s guide to the crazy world of French politics by Alec Fullerton

Back in March, I ventured up from our humble province to the bright lights and packed terrasses of Paris to visit a friend. Over the course of the weekend, I…

Anglo-American Group of Provence by Catherine Hurst

The AAGP is serving the native English-speaking community of Provence and chartered to promote friendly relations with our host community, provide assistance and information for expatriates and to preserve and…

Red Hat Ladies by Chris Stow

The Red Hat Society (RHS) is dedicated to encouragement of a positive life outlook through the sisterhood of a local chapter. Make new friends and enrich lives through the power…

American Woman's Group of Languedoc Roussillon by Mary-Catherine Lombard

From making fund raising fun, local bowling trips to enjoyable apéritifs. We get to know the ladies with heart and soul from AWGLR.

The life of a cheesemaker extraordinaire by Andrea Ratuski

Claudine Vigier owner of La fromagerie du Comtat shares her love affair with cheese and the magic behind an award-winning artisan.

The red hair lady's castle by Marie-France Falk

When I first saw the Suze-la-Rousse castle it was during a school field trip, back in the fifties returning back has unravelled more than we expected.

A flight back to go forward by Loren Cowley

Travelling back to your roots can teach you many things. Relationship roles are suddenly reversed but more importantly, you realise where you once stood and where you’re actually going.

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