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The world looks a bleaker place every day and the upcoming US elections don’t make it any easier to stomach.   And there are some French elections next year.

There is now a Top Gear Downing Street with Hammond and May at numbers 10 and 11.  Did she make Boris de Pfeffel Foreign Secretary in order to attempt to trip him up? Her choice of him did remind me of some of the decisions made to fill posts in the Grot Empire in The Rise and Fall of Reginald Perrin or was that Fall and Rise of?

 

Has Farage been conscripted as backroom advisor in US Presidential race?  And then there’s the Labour Party which seems to be imploding. They manage to get it wrong quite alot, remember the wrong Miliband incident!

 

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Maybe the Remainers can work out some way to remain and be part of Europe in the same way that the Catholics had to worship secretly a few centuries ago – a lot of houses building themselves a “euro-hole” to hide an MEP when the Brexiteers come to investigate?

Surely President Hollande must realise the spending close on 10000€ on having not a lot of hair ordered is likely to create tension, 

It is less than 300 years ago when there was Bastille storming, and that lot didnt have Twitter or FB

 

So £350m a week isnt going to the the NHS, not to sure Turkey is about to enter the EU, there were human rights issues before now the worlds rife that Mr Alsoran or wateverhis name is Couped himself to allow some tidying up afterwards. Did i hear he planning or bringing back the death penalty?

 

 

Sounds like the bookings will be going down on cheap holidays to there.

I saw this in a charity shop, this was a different age, slightly weird too.

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Lost in France

 

Absolutely lost in France now.  In the last flyer I didn’t mention the elephant in the room but now I’d like to share with you a ditty written by Terry Staunton, journalist and writer of pithy and amusing epithets (try saying that when you’ve had a couple).  He wrote it a week ago, and in these strange times when news is coming thick and fast on an hourly basis, this is still relevant.  It is sung to the tune of ‘Mack the Knife’.

Oh, that union has no teeth, dear
And some members are less than white
But the vote’s in, and the truth’s clear
It’s a victory for the moron right

Gove and Johnson, guess they fucked up
And though Cameron has had his day
Neither thought that it would go tits-up
And they’d hand power to Mrs May

As for Labour, the Corbynistas
Are themselves now a minority
Eagle’s swooped down to kick their keistas
When there should be some unity

Think of trade deals, and what we now face
A bleak future for industries
Watch the big boys move their home base
From old Blighty to overseas

Meanwhile UKIP and EDL scum
Have been handed a grim mandate
What was once just a bigot’s mild thrum
Is a loud noise of fear and hate

Look over your shoulder, keep your eyes peeled
If you’re Polish, black or brown
’Cause it’s a different kind of playing field
Now that fascism’s back in town

 

 

 
 

 

 

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Yes, I’m back. Due not so much to popular demand, but much more to the fact that Daphne is off on her hols at the moment.  Things do seem to have changed somewhat since my last article. Seismically in fact.

 

 

I will never forget the numb shock that I felt when I turned on the telly at 7.00 am on the 24th June.  I don’t think it’s worn off yet.  My first task was to make sure I avoided any of my clients to whom I had muttered the immortal words ’You stand more chance of meeting Elvis down the local chip shop than you do of getting a Brexit vote’. However, as Derek pointed out in his last article, the hand has been dealt; let’s get on with it.

 

 

So what will change?  It’s a whole new world out there, and that’s exactly what 17.5m UK citizens voted for, albeit maybe not expecting to get it. This is most definitely tin-hat time, while we wait for the dust to settle, and to see how much damage, if any, has been done.  I must confess to being very surprised in the few days after the vote how few of my clients phoned or emailed to ask the inevitable and unanswerable question ‘What now?’

 

Well one thing that might change considerably is the world of QROPS. In 2006 HMR&C toed the EU line and made pension transfers available as required under EU legislation.  The rest is history, but unfortunately UK EU membership will also soon be history.  Not, however, for at least two years.  Those may be two years during which we have the chance to extricate our hard earned pension funds from the sinking ship before the lifeboats are full.  As long as we remain part of the EU, QROPS will remain part of the financial scenery.  A side-effect of the ten years of pension transfer freedom have spawned numerous bilateral tax agreements with countries such as Malta.  These agreements are nothing to do with the EU itself, and will remain in force after we leave. That means that pension transfers transacted in the next two years will be perfectly legal, and the taxation framework will remain in place thereafter, even if the right to transfer pensions after that time ceases, which is not necessarily the case.  We could be in for a very busy time on the pension front.

 

One thing that definitely won’t change is the suitability of the assurance vie investments we have been using for the last ten years or more to create tax efficient investments in France for our clients.  One major advantage of these polices has been portability.  If life does become difficult here, these policies can be taken back to the UK with you, and will be perfectly UK tax efficient.  I do not expect this to be necessary however.  The last thing either the UK or EU needs is entrenched lines of dispute that would lead to mass reversal of migration. Much more likely is some form of reciprocal agreement between the UK and EU that will allow each other’s citizens to continue living and working ‘cross border’.  UK citizens living in France at present still need to ensure that their savings and investments are tax efficient here.  Failure to do that merely gifts tax to the ‘fisc’.        

 

 

If you have any questions on this, or any other subject, please don’t hesitate to contact me, Rob Hesketh:

 

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Or by mail at rob.hesketh@spectrum-ifa.com

 

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 I asked an estate agent in the region who specialises in gites, how the market is.

 

His response is interesting?

have you found anything different in your own experience?

 

 

Hi Steve

Two things are emerging post-Brexit:

1. Some people are pulling out of deals they have already signed up for. One couple signed a compromis on Brexit day ... and then never even paid the 10% deposit when they realized they would take a 10% hit on the £/€ exchange rate. 

2. Par contre, we are getting a 'mini-wave' of Remainers who have no intention of staying in the UK under the new régime. They describe a despicable ambience of xenophobia and headless chickenery in every level of UK society. Sounds grim! 

At the same time the French and Swiss are holding their fire, sure that prices for Brit-type lifestyle properties will fall even more than they have over the past five years. 

Cheers Simon

 

 

 

 

 

 

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L'Audeaunat's Wildlife diary.

 

 

Summer has arrived, and with it, the cicada concert has started. Often we speak of the THE cicada, but in reality the cicada is far from being a single species: there exists in mainland France twenty different species!

Mostly they are identifiable by sound. In the Aude and the Ariège, the four species most noticeable and easy to identify are the Grande Cigale (Lyristes plebejus), with a rapid song, the Cigale grise (Cicada orni) with its slow song, the Cigale rouge (Tibicina haematodes) with a continuous song and the Cigale noire (Cicadarta atra) with a strange song that seems to be sung backwards. [For more details, follow the link http://www.onem-france.org/cigales/wakka.php?wiki=CigalesEspeces ]

 

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Walking in fields that have been dried by the sun you will have noticed that mainly it is the end of the flowers for the time being, but perhaps you will find a strange pine cone perched on the end of a stem. It is actual the dried flowerhead of the Leuzée conifère (Leuzea conifera) a plant related to thistles and Gentians.

If you prefer a refreshing walk beside a stream keep your eyes open for a little blue jewel perched at the top of plants. These are the males of the scarabaeid beetle Hoplie coerulia  showing off their colours in order to attract females.

Loïc Brepson, Wildlife guide www.laudeaunat.fr



 

 

 

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 BREXIT – ACQUIRING FRENCH NATIONALITY

Having recently started the process of applying for French nationality you may wish to share this article with your readers.  It is aimed at UK citizens who intend to apply for French nationality.  As with everything in France connected with the government the secret is getting the paperwork right otherwise you face a rejection.

To start one needs to download a form.  The form is Cerfa Number 12753*02 and is available on //www.formulaires.modernisation.gouv.fr/gf/cerfa_12753.do

If you don’t have a colour printer I suggest a visit to your Mairie who will download and print colour copies for you, probably free of charge.  Ask them also to print and give you a copy of ”Notice d’information, Cerfa Number 51148#02”.  You will need two original copies of pages 1 to 4 and one original copy of pages 5 to 7 of form Cerfa Number 12753*02.  An original and photocopy of pages 1 to 4 will not be accepted.  Two originals must be filled out.

I am not in this article going to deal with all the requirements for the application for nationality set out in the Notice d’information, Cerfa Number 51148#02.  I confine this guidance note to the requirements for “les actes de l’ état civil”.  These are birth certificates, marriage certificates and in the case of a deceased wife/partner death certificates.  For minor children you need their birth certificates.  In the case of a previous UK divorce the Decree Absolute [extract decree of divorce in Scotland].  These documents need to be apostilled.  The information form says “apostilled or legalised” but for UK citizens only an apostille is necessary.  Legalisation is the generic term and the requirements for legalisation vary depending on the country. So if it’s for France only the apostille is required as France has signed up to the Hague Convention. 

Les actes de l’ état civil must also be translated into French by a translator who is on the list of judicial experts drawn up by the French superior courts.  The list can be obtained from your local court.

It is recommended that UK government certified copies of birth, marriage and death certificates are obtained rather than you using your originals.  In some cases it may be time consuming for a check to be made on the signature of the Registrar who issued the original certificate whereas a certified copy bearing the seal of the General Register Office dispenses with the need for a signature to be checked.  To obtain certified copies go to https://www.gov.uk/order-copy-birth-death-marriage-certificate .  This website will direct you if necessary to the websites for Scotland and Northern Ireland, if applicable.

To obtain certified copies of divorce decrees in England and Wales go to  https://www.gov.uk/copy-decree-absolute-final-order .  These documents must be certified by a solicitor or notary public before they are legalised.  I would recommend always using a notary public for such certification because they are accustomed to having documents legalised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (“FCO”).

Once the actes de l’ état civil have been legalised they must be translated.

I’ve searched the internet to see who in France is offering to apostille documents.  The general quote for this is 78 € per document.  It’s important to appreciate that no French company or organisation can apostille your documents.  In every case the documents must be sent to the FCO for an apostille.  The FCO charges £30 per apostille plus a courier service to return them for £14.50.  That’s £14.50 for the return of all the apostilled documents, not for each one.   So on the whole the French companies offering to perform this service are making a substantial profit on the fees they charge.  For example, a married couple, with no previous marriages, would need to have apostilled 6 birth certificates and 3 marriage certificates (depending obviously on the marital relationships of their respective parents).  The FCO charge would be £284.50.  Using a French company would cost 702 €!  Even with the drop in value of the pound that’s quite a difference.

Translation costs vary too.  The highest is 50 € per document and the lowest is 30 €. 

I’m able to offer a document management service for a charge of 50 €, including postage LRAR in France.  In addition, there would be payable the appropriate FCO charge of £30 per document plus the courier charge of £14.50 to return the documents to me.  I will have them translated at a cost of 150 € for 9 documents.  For more than 9 documents the price will be negotiated.  Prior to retiring to France I practiced as a Central London solicitor for 32 tears so am well used to dealing with official documents.  I can also assist anyone with a requirement for legalisation of divorce decrees using a City of London Notary Public.  The charges payable would depend on individual circumstances and requirements.

Anyone interested is invited to contact me at anthonysfeldman@aol.com .

Tony Feldman

Mishcon de Reya, the challenge

 

Article 50 process on Brexit faces legal challenge to ensure parliamentary involvement

Legal steps have been taken to ensure the UK Government will not trigger the procedure for withdrawal from the EU without an Act of Parliament. The case is being brought by leading law firm, Mishcon de Reya, on behalf of a group of clients. Following publication of articles on the subject this week Mishcon de Reya has retained Baron David Pannick QC and Tom Hickman to act as counsel in this action, along with Rhodri Thompson QC and Anneli Howard.

The Referendum held on 23 June was an exercise to obtain the views of UK citizens, the majority of whom expressed a desire to leave the EU. But the decision to trigger Article 50 of the Treaty of European Union, the legal process for withdrawal from the EU, rests with the representatives of the people under the UK Constitution.

The Government however, has suggested that it has sufficient legal authority. Mishcon de Reya has been in correspondence with the Government lawyers since 27 June 2016 on behalf of its clients to seek assurances that the Government will uphold the UK constitution and protect the sovereignty of Parliament in invoking Article 50.

If the correct constitutional process of parliamentary scrutiny and approval is not followed then the notice to withdraw from the EU would be unlawful, negatively impacting the withdrawal negotiations and our future political and economic relationships with the EU and its 27 Member States, and open to legal challenge. This legal action seeks to ensure that the Article 50 notification process is lawful.

Kasra Nouroozi, Partner, Mishcon de Reya said:

We must ensure that the Government follows the correct process to have legal certainty and protect the UK Constitution and the sovereignty of Parliament in these unprecedented circumstances. The result of the Referendum is not in doubt, but we need a process that follows UK law to enact it. The outcome of the Referendum itself is not legally binding and for the current or future Prime Minister to invoke Article 50 without the approval of Parliament is unlawful.

We must make sure this is done properly for the benefit of all UK citizens. Article 50 simply cannot be invoked without a full debate and vote in Parliament. Everyone in Britain needs the Government to apply the correct constitutional process and allow Parliament to fulfil its democratic duty which is to take into account the results of the Referendum along with other factors and make the ultimate decision.

Anyone wishing to support the action to ensure that the UK Constitution is upheld in this process should emailArticle50@mishcon.com.

If you have an enquiry please visit www.mishcon.com/50 or read our Q&As here.

To read more about this from the Financial Times, please click here. Please note this is a subscription based website. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello Steve,

While I understand you need copy to fill available space I must say it is getting very tiresome reading all this handwringing about the referendum result. Never before has there been such hubbub over a straight forward vote. There are those who would run the referendum all over again until the required result comes through: this is not democracy. We have just had democracy in action and like it or loathe it, it must be accepted, otherwise every  election henceforth will be followed by a demand for a re-run by the disgruntled losers. Losers being the operative word here. If this sort of democratic process had been imposed from the outset upon the EU commisssioners and the full glare of public scrutiny shone into the darker corners of the EU system then I suspect we would not be having this exchange of views. But then again, who predicted a 'common market', which I voted for in 1975, would morph into a 'common federal states of europe'? I have some advice which might assuage the self generated grief afflicting some people:

Get over it and get on with it.

Regards

 

Stuart

 

 

Hi Steve,

 

Thanks for another Flyer and here is a thought:- To leave the EU there must be a Bill passed through Parliament repealing the Act that took us in. What if; the party leaders allow a free vote and the House of Commons vote rejects the leaving bill????? Que melange???  Alan...  

 

 

 

 

 Friends,
The Referendum result is, at the very least, of some concern for all British Citizens living in the EU.
The attached file [2016-After the Referendum] covers some developments being activated by fellow expatriates.
Your attention is particularly drawn to:--
1. The action of Harry Shindler - who incidentally enjoys his 95th birthday tomorrow on the 17th July.
2. The creation of a web site of Expatriate Citizen Rights in the EU  or ECREU.  More detail is in the attached file.
3. Other aspects are also covered -
i.   A letter from the legal firm of Bindmans to the Government. 
ii.  An Early Day Motion in Parliament.
iii. The Department for Brexit in Government.

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Brian Cave
le Fourquet, Gourdon, 46300, France

email:- lefourquet@gmail.com

http://pensionersdebout.blogspot.com/  

-Votes for Britons  -http://votes-for-expat-brits.com  

 

After the Referendum
There are two avenues to explore.
1. Whether to fight the legality of the result or 
2. To accept the result and demand that the British Government achieves protection
of the way of life of British Citizens in the EU after Brexit.
The bulk of Citizens abroad should long ago have been more insistent on achieving
the Right to VOTE.  Too many have said ‘I don’t want the vote’ and it is that attitude
that has led us to this crisis. This lack of true political representation to the British
Government affects a great many British citizens in various ways throughout the world.
Whatever your attitude towards ‘brexit’ the Votes-For-Life should be an absolute 
priority for the British Government.  The Manifesto of the Conservatives promised it.
  France and Italy give all their Citizens full representation, with designated deputies
(MPs) to their Assemblies.
Britain fails its responsibilities under the United Nations Declaration of Human 
Rights.
Harry Shindler has submitted a plea to the United Nations Commission of Human 
Rights. Its reception has been acknowledged.
His plea relates particularly to Article 21 of the Declaration of Human  Rights.
Harry was constrained in this action until all other avenues for redress were explored. 
That he has done through the European Court of Human Rights (This is not a Court of
the European Union) and recently the Supreme Court of the UK.
Harry (and many more British Citizens who have lived abroad for more than 15 years)
had no vote in the Referendum and of course no vote in any General Election.
Article 21. of the UN Declaration of Human Rights states. 
                 (The UK was a party to this declaration.)
(1) Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or
through freely chosen representatives.
(2) Everyone has the right of equal access to public service in his country.
(3) The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will 
shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and
equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.
http://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights/
He hopes that the UN will intervene to declare the Referendum unrepresentative of the 
citizens of the nation (thus – the ‘country’. Is not the UK the country of the British citizens
wherever they live?) and therefore illegal.
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Aside from this a thousand lawyers have written jointly to the Government – Bindmans 
lawyers have also written a long letter view here making a case that the Referendum
decision must be debated and decided by Parliament. They make the point that the
Referendum was not binding on parliament.  It follows that MPs should consider
all aspects of the campaign.  The legal position on this will be made available within
a short time. When it is it will be circulated.


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What to do if Brexit is likely to be triggered.

EXPAT CITIZENS RIGHTS in the EU

www.ecreu.com

Both in France and Spain a group of  professional media people are setting

up web sites to collate information from British Citizens to intercede with

politicians in Westminster – a kind of clearing house of  concerns.  The

politicians need to understand these concerns.  The above link

introduces this endeavour.  Sign up and detail the areas of your concerns.

Further  a facebook group is running as follows...

From France ‘RIFT’ Remain in France together (Solidarity in Europe). It

is extending to citizens beyond France.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1765153230369304/

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Early Day Motion – in Parliament.

34 MPs have signed this motion which shows great concern for the position

of British Citizens in the EU as well as the EU citizens in the UK

http://www.parliament.uk/edm/2016-17/259

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The Theresa May Government has set up a department under David Davis to

explore arrangements for Brexit.  So David Davis is the central figure to

whom to present those concerns.

For a great many pensioners living in the EU there are two matters of

considerable importance.

1. The protection of healthcare.

2. The continuance of the full State pension and associated Old Age and other

Benefits (like the Winter Fuel payment, disability benefits).

David Davis email address is david.davis.mp@parliament.uk

For citizens of all ages….

The Right of current residence is probably under no threat. But the following

Rights may be affected.

1. To move throughout the EU

2. To set up a business

3. To continue or move one’s work base.

You can yourself make representation to David Davis and any MP whom you

could influence.  [don’t forget the truly crucial need for Votes-for-Life]

 

http://www.parliament.uk/mps-lords-and-offices/mps/

 

 

 

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Coursan Vide grenier

Espezel  Vide grenier

Tuchan  Vide grenier de la fête du vin

Capoulet-et-Junac  Vide grenier

Saverdun  Vide grenier, pièce auto marché aux puces sous chapiteau

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

Varilhes  Foire à tout vide grenier nocturne

Varilhes  Bourse à l’auto et moto

 

Dimanche 24 Juillet

 

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Axat  Vide grenier

Bram  Vide grenier

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Coursan  Vide grenier

Cruscades  Brocante de la Cruscadelle

Cuxac-d’Aude  Hyper vide grenier faveur animaux abandonnés

Fenouillet-du-Razès  Vide grenier

Fontcouverte  Vide grenier de l’association St Regis

Leucate La Franqui  Tante Marie vide ses greniers

Limoux  Grande Foire à la brocante

Marseillette  Vide grenier

Rieux-Minervois  Vide grenier de la Fête Médiévale – Marché

Routier  Vide grenier et marché gourmande

Saint-Michel-de-Lanès  Vide grenier

Sigean  Vide grenier seminocturne sur le site de la cave coopérative

Talairan  Vide grenier, produits régionaux

Villalier  Marché gourmand et artisanal

Capoulet-et-Junac  Vide grenier

Castillon-en-Couserans  Vide grenier

Lagarde  Vide grenier

Pamiers  Vide grenier brocante

Saint-Girons  Vide grenier du Baléjou

Saint-Jean-du-Falga  Vide grenier

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

 

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Fleury  Vide grenier les Cabanes de Fleury

Rieux-Minervois  Vide Maison semi-nocturne des habitants du Quartier Ste Anne

 

Mercredi 27 Juillet

Foix  Bourse braderie de vêtements

Jeudi 28 Juillet

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Vendredi 29 Juillet

Foix  Bourse braderie de vêtement

Samedi 30 Juillet

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Bouriège  Vide grenier et marché artisanale

Campagne-sur-Aude  Vide grenier

Caudebronde  Vide grenier

Coursan  Vide grenier

La Digne-d’Amont  Vide grenier semi nocturne 16h à minuit

Serres  Vide grenier de la fête locale

Saverdun  Vide grenier, marché aux puces et bourse aux livres

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

Varilhes  Foire à tout vide grenier nocturne

Varilhes  Bourse à l’auto et moto

Dimanche 31 Juillet

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Carlipa  Vide grenier brocante

Coursan  Vide grenier

Cuxac-d’Aude  Vide grenier brocante

Durban-Corbières  Vide grenier du tennis club

Leucate-Plage  Tante Marie vide ses greniers

Lézignan-Corbières  Vide grenier de la mjc

Narbonne  Vide grenier

Raissac-sur-Lampy  Vide grenier

Rieux-Minervois  Bourse moto et vide grenier

Roubia  Vide grenier annuel association Noël

Saint-Denis  Vide grenier

Tourouzelle  Vide grenier

Besset  Vide grenier

Biert  Vide grenier annuel

La Bastide-de-Besplas  Vide grenier brocante

Mirepoix  Vide grenier

Pamiers  Vide grenier brocante

Rabat-les-Trois-Seigneurs  Vide grenier

Saverdun  Grand vide grenier

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

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Fleury  Vide grenier, animations estivales

Jeudi 4 Août

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Oust  Vide grenier

Samedi 6 Août

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Coursan  Vide grenier

Fraissé-des-Corbières  Vide grenier

Limoux  9ème Bourse auto, moto, tracteurs anciens

Port Leucate  Tante Marie vide ses greniers

Saint-Girons  Vide grenier

Saverdun  Vide grenier, marché aux puces et bourse aux livres

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

Varilhes  Foire à tout vide grenier nocturne

Varilhes  Bourse à l’auto et moto

Vicdessos  Vide grenier

Dimanche 7 Août

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Bizanet  Vide grenier annuel

Bram  Vide grenier

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Chalabre  Vide grenier

Coursan  Vide grenier

Cuxac-d’Aude  Vide grenier

Leucate La Franqui  Tante Marie vide ses greniers

Limoux  9ème Bourse auto, moto, tracteurs anciens

Limoux  Brocante, la mensuelle le 1er dimanche chaque mois

Marseillette  Vide grenier

Montréal  Vide grenier et marché artisanal

Narbonne  Vide grenier aux profits des animaux abandonnés

Narbonne  Vide grenier Cap de Pla – à coté Emmaüs

Padern  Vide grenier

Peyriac-de-Mer  Vide grenier associatif

Argein  Vide grenier

Mazères  Vide grenier mensuel

Pamiers  Vide grenier brocante

Saint-Lizier  Marché aux puces

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante

Vaychis  Vide grenier

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DAVID GILMOUR 20 & 21 July Arenes de Nimes

MARIANNE FAITHFULL 29 July Carcassonne Festival

SCORPIONS 31 July Carcassonne Festival

THE KILLS 7 NOV BIKINI TOULOUSE

PETER DOHERTY 18 nov Bikini Toulouse

JAKE BUGG 9 NOV BIKINI TOULOUSE

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL 22 to 26 Nov Zenith Toulouse

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The following prices are for one insertion in the Flyer email news letter unless otherwise stated

     

Give away items

FREE

1 image and 25 words, plus contact details

All items for sale inc Motor vehicles, boats, caravans & trailers

25 €

1 image and 25 words, plus contact details in 3 editions

     

Property for sale - land, houses, businesses

50 €

up to 8 images and 500 words, plus contact details - your own property web page linked to the "Property Page" section of the Flyer for 13 editions

Large Display Advert - Corporate

100€

Finished artwork to be 756 pixels by 200 pixels landscape or 378 pixels by 400 pixels portrait

Standard Display Advert - Corporate

50€

Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 200 pixels landscape

Large Display Advert - Small Companies and Sole Traders (at my discretion)

50€

Finished artwork to be 756 pixels by 200 pixels landscape or 378 pixels by 400 pixels portrait

Standard Display Advert - Small Companies and Sole Traders (at my discretion)

25 €

Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 200 pixels landscape

What's on feature advert

35 €

Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 515 pixels portrait

Advertising
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Send details to of your advert to Steve Hedges.
Please note all text (unless in a finished advert) should be Plain Text,

Finished adverts should be submitted in jpeg format 378 pixels wide

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