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So France wa s once again largely closed to air travel by French air traffic controllers as part of the general strike earlier in the week.  The lobby group ‘Airlines for Europe’ (A4E), which represents airlines including EasyJet, Ryanair and BA's parent company IAG, has called on the European Commission and governments to take action to reduce the impact of air traffic control strikes. Surely it’s time for this hostage taking to stop.

I saw an image somewhere of Herr Trump dressed as the caped crusader, it made me think of Supertramp the group, who are still around but had success in the mid 70’s, they have had some album titles which could fit with future tabloid headlines should the worst happen:

Crisis? What Crisis? (1975)

Even in the Quietest Moments... (1977)

Breakfast in America (1979)

...Famous Last Words... (1982)

Watch that space!

The plight of rhinos is horrific and if I can be asked by a very large family group from Cork who happened to be in KFC Carcassonne at the same time as me if I had any rhino horn, then the threat is much bigger than one would imagine.

Drones take nice pictures and seem to be getting a bad name for people flying them in an unregulated and or dangerous manner.  I have a suggestion - create solar powered drones that fly high enough above all the rhinos and elephants (and any other endangered species) in the wild. They track their own individual or pack of animals if they stay close enough together. They can track a sensor attached to the animal.  360 images are beamed back to a base station.  Should poachers come within range then small but deadly rockets can be launched from the drone.  Base sends out a replacement drone when it’s nearly out of rockets.

And the ground was steaming after short bouts of rain, time to turn off the punkah wallah it ain’t half quite as hot…

 

Apologies if you were trying to reach Derek Winsland from Spectrum, the last Flyer went out with his mobile number 2 digits short.

here it is correctly 

Derek Winsland APFS CFP

Mobile: +33 (0)7 71 71 95 52

 

Should you ever find an error like this its worth checking the website as i would normally make any corrections on there

 

Please do dig deep to assist Jan Riordan, following her house fire. See Readers write

 

 

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Lost in France

 

I’m always having problems when I speak French.  I don’t always understand why.  Some people to whom I speak understand me perfectly and others just can’t make head nor tail of what I’m trying to say.  It isn’t always to do with the regional accent of the district.  So I found it quite interesting to read an article by Mark Forsyth (the author of The Elements of Eloquence: How to turn the perfect English phrase) which even though it discusses the vagaries of the English language it is also about the subconscious knowledge of one’s own native language which we carry inside us and which may be one of the reasons I am not always understood by native French speakers because they have similar stuff going on in their subconscious too.

Here is an excerpt:

It’s astonishing quite how expert you are at the English language.  There are so many tenses you can use without even thinking about it, and almost certainly without being able to name them.  It depends how you count them, but there are about 20 that you deploy faultlessly.  The Pluperfect Progressive Passive for an extended state of action that happened to you prior to another action in the past is, when you put it like that, rather daunting.  But then you’d happily say “I realised I’d been being watched” without breaking sweat or blinking.  Think how daunting this is for people learning English.  The teacher has to explain to them that the English don’t usually use the Present tense for things that are happening in the present.  “I brush my teeth” doesn’t mean that you’re doing it right now, it just means that you do it regularly.  For things that are actually happening right now you use the Present Progressive “I’m brushing my teeth” (but only if you can speak with your mouth full).

And having learnt that you then have to learn that there are certain exceptions, like the verb ‘to think’ used as an auxiliary, as in “I think you’re right”.  It sounds fairly comic to us, but we had years and years and years of immersion learning just to get all these subtleties.  And English is complex and weird.  We actually have a tense called the Future Present.  Imagine having to learn that.  But for us it’s just “The train leaves tomorrow”……..

English is largely made up of rules we don’t know that we know.  And actually the rules we know we know are a rarity.  We can cling to a few of them at least.  At least we all know that we know that adjectives have comparatives and superlatives.  Big, bigger, biggest.  Hot, hotter, hottest.  Easy, easier, easiest.  It’s comforting.  It’s reliable.  It’s something we know that we know.

But can you do it with an adjective that’s three syllables long?

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French Inheritance Planning

In May, I wrote about tax-efficient savings & investments in France, including Assurance Vie (AV), which is the most

popular type of investment in France for medium to long-term savings. If you did not see the article, you can

find it at http://www.spectrum-ifa.com/tax-efficient-savings-investments-france/

I had intended to return to discuss the benefits of AV for French inheritance planning, in the following month. But then

we had the result of the Brexit vote and that caught my attention just a little more!

So now I am getting back to basics of what works for successful French inheritance planning for financial assets –

regardless of whether the UK is in or out of the EU – and regardless of nationality. Without a doubt, this is the AV,

as this is an excellent planning tool for protecting the survivor, providing you with freedom of choice about who you

can leave your financial assets to, as well as mitigating the potential inheritance taxes for your beneficiaries.

In France, there are strict rules on succession and children are ‘protected heirs’, each being entitled to inherit a

proportion of their parents’ estates. For example, if you have one child, the proportion is half; two children, one-third

each; and if you have three or more children, three-quarters of your estate must be divided equally between them.

However, for a quirk of historical reasoning, the death benefits paid from an AV fall outside of your standard estate.

Therefore, you can leave the proceeds of your AV to whoever you wish and so get around the French ‘forced’

succession rules. I know that there will be many out there who are saying that you can do this anyway now, as a

result of the EU Succession Regulations. Well that’s true, but maybe it’s not quite as straightforward as one might

think – or at least hoped!

The problem is that even though the EU Regulations have been in place for more than a year now, these have

not been widely tested. Notaires and cross-border legal specialists are still trying to get to grips with how these

Regulations actually work in practice. So I, like many other professionals, still hold the view that if there is a tried

and tested ‘French way’ to achieve your objectives, then this should be used. Early articles that I wrote on this subject

can be found at http://www.spectrum-ifa.com/the-eu-succession-regulations/

The EU Succession Regulations do not change the potential French inheritances taxes that are payable, but an

AV does. Whilst there are no French inheritance taxes between spouses and partners who have entered into a

legal civil partnership (known as a PACS, in France), for other beneficiaries, the tax rate varies according to their

relationship to you. For example, step-children (and other non-blood beneficiaries) are taxed at a punitive 60%!

For amounts invested in an AV before age 70, each beneficiary (whatever their relationship to you) is entitled to a

tax-free allowance of €152,500. Taxation is limited to 20% on amounts paid above the allowance up to €700,000,

and at 31.25% for amounts exceeding €700,000 per beneficiary). There is still no tax between spouses and PACSd

partners, whatever amount is transmitted.

There is no limit to the number of beneficiaries that you can name. Hence, whatever your family situation, it is possible

to pass on your capital to whoever you like, without them suffering excessive rates of French inheritance tax.

Thus, the survivor can be fully protected and then the capital can subsequently pass to your other beneficiaries,

following the death of the survivor.

For amounts invested after age 70, the inheritance allowance for all your beneficiaries combined is reduced to

€30,500 (plus the investment return on the total amount invested). In effect, therefore, it is only the amount

invested that exceeds €30,500 that would be taxed at standard French inheritance tax rates.

Sadly, social contributions are now charged on any gain in the policy paid out as a death benefit. Even so, when

the above inheritance planning advantages are taken into account together with the personal tax savings, this makes

the AV a very attractive proposition.

 

Inheritance planning is a highly specialised and complicated subject. Everyone’s family situation and level of wealth

is different and it is very important to seek professional advice, so that the best course of action for you can be

established.

The benefits of AV and tax-efficiency is a subject that we cover in our popular financial seminars across France –

Le Tour de Finance - Bringing Experts to Expats”. Overall, our industry experts will be presenting updates

and outlooks on a broad range of subjects, including:

Financial Markets

Assurance Vie

Pensions/QROPS

French Tax Issues

Currency Exchange

The date for the local seminar is Friday, 7th October 2016 at the Domaine Gayda, 11300 Brugairolles. Places are

limited and must be reserved, in advance. This venue is always very popular and with less than a month to go, the

event is likely to soon be fully booked. Therefore, you should contact us as soon as possible if you would like to come

to the seminar. I will be at the event with our other advisers in this area, Rob, Derek and Sue.

In practice, financial advice is needed more than ever in uncertain times. Doing nothing can often be an expensive

mistake. Hence, if you are not able to attend the seminar and would anyway like to have a confidential discussion with

one of our financial advisers, you can contact us by e-mail at limoux@spectrum-ifa.com or by telephone on

04 68 31 14 10 to make an appointment. Alternatively, if you are in Limoux, call by our office at

2 Place du Général Leclerc, 11300 Limoux, to see if an advisor is available immediately for an initial discussion.

The above outline is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute advice or a recommendation

from The Spectrum IFA Group to take any particular action on the subject of the investment of financial assets

or on the mitigation of taxes.

The Spectrum IFA Group advisers do not charge any fees directly to clients for their time or for advice given, as can

be seen from our Client Charter at

http://www.spectrum-ifa.com/spectrum-ifa-client-charter/.

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Some weeks ago there was a letter in the Connexion warning about a scam used on drivers by people claiming that they had been hit & damaged by their car & demanding money to pay for it. 

Some old friends  -  & I fmean old, as they are considerably older than us  -  who are in the process of moving up to Mirepoix from Narbonne, had exactly the same thing happen to them last night in a particularly scary situation outside a friend's house where they were staying in Mirepoix.

As Don drove down the road to the house he heard a bang but felt nothing & when he stopped & got out he was confronted by two very large guys who accused him of hitting their car & smashing the wing mirror, whiuch they said was a very expensive electronically controlled one.   They said Don would have to contact his Insurance Company but as that would mean his premiums going up, it was better that he pay up  -  wait for it  -  2,100 Euros in cash & they would forget about it!!

Don of course checked his own mirror which was unmarked but in the meantime one of the guys had got into his car & rifling through the glove box found their Insurance file.   Irene had by this time come to the door but they pushed past her into the house & went through her handbag.     They then said that they would ring the Insurance Company & speak to Mr Warmbie -  the name on the Certificate  -  who would advise on the best way out of the situation.   On making contact they handed the phone to Irene who had often spoken to this person but did not recognise the voice & told him so.   On being assured that it was indeed Mr Warmbie she asked him for her Christian name, which of course he could not answer.   She then said that she was going to contact the Police   -  they agreed to this but insisted on phoning themselves   -  & guess what  -  the "Gendarme" had the same voice as Mr Warmbie!

After a lot more menaces & threats if they failed to pay up, they eventually drove off when the next door neighbour turned up in the back garden, shouting that they had not heard the last of it.>  Apparently they use a heavy glove to bang your car as you drive by & choose vulnerable single people to threaten, a lot of whom seem to agree to their demands.

Poor Don & Irene were very shaken up as you can imagine but we remembered that it was when the Fete Forain was in town that the guy walked into our kitchen when we were here & took Debs handbag & my purse.   So be warned & lock up your house & your daughters.   Unfortunately nobody managed to get the number plate & the local Police say they can do nothing without some identification.  Don & Irene are back in Narbonne now but I would bet if they walked around the Fair, they would spot these bastards.!

Love to  everyone & tell your friends to be on their guard.

Tony & Debs

 

Isnt this a little non PC? the editor 

 

Hi. 

I am tying to contact as many people as possible who know Jan Riordan - who lives at Verzeille. Apologies if you don't!  

Please pass this on to anyone you think knows her.

Tragically last Friday Jan's house burnt down and she lost everything. 

You may have seen the articles in the Independant and Depeche.

 

Jan wrote herself the following:

Many of you will have seen the news about Jan's home being destroyed in a fire on 2nd September 2016. Here is what she wrote about it -

Yesterday was the worst day of my life. My house has burnt down completely and I have nothing left. This is to llet you know I am unharmed and being looked after by my village neighbours and friends. I was woken at 3.00 in the morning by my smoke detector alarm, went out of the bedroom to check and couldnt get down the stairs because of the smoke. Realised there was a major problem and could only get out ont the top floor terrace for fresh air and when I looked over the wall saw flames coming out of the ground floor window. I could see villagers outside and shouted to let them know I was there and could only wait for the pompieres to arrive. Just in time with a very high ladder and as i got on the ladder the windows exploded. Just the four walls are left ... I have lost everything. Sadly my cat Madame didnt escape but I found dear Georgie later bewildered but unharmed. Until I get another mobile and computer i wont have full contact and am busy trying to sort out things so may not be responding immediately.

Many people have offered help - But it is difficult at this early stage. So we have set up a solidarity fund with the aim of not only helping but showing we care!

If you would like to donate please follow the link below.

www.leetchi.com/c/solidarity-jan-riordan

Thank you for reading this.

Kind regards

Cherry.

 

Sorry to hear about your friends breakdown story...ours was much easier

We broke down some years ago on the way home. We just managed to get off the A75 at a couple of junctions north of Millau. We got to the garage at 5.45...too late for any action, of course. Spoke to our breakdown insurance, who immediately organised a night in the hotel near by and left the car at the garage. On return to the car, we were advised that they couldn't fix it as it needed to go to the nearest Opel dealer in Rodez. Spoke to the insurance again and they immediately organised relay across. We arrived late morning to be told, like your friends, that the car couldn't be looked at for a few days. Spoke to the insurance again and they organised a hotel nearby. Garage provided a car. Meanwhile I needed to get back to the UK, so our travel insurance paid for my journey back via public transport (amazing coach journey from Rodez to Montpellier via Millau and a Ryanair flight to Manchester) and friends picked me up from the airport. 

Meanwhile, hubby hung around sight seeing in Rodez for 3 nights, then car fixed and set off for home. Breakdown insurance sorted and paid for new Eurotunnel crossing and travel insurance paid for the hotel in Compiegne on the way back...Result...All we paid for was the car repair. Overall amazing service from both our Breakdown and Travel insurance

Cheers Bob and Kate Hingston

 

Dear Steve,

I,m not into writing letters, I,m deaf???.

Anyway I read this rubbish from those composing about Brexit, omg the people voted for it  so be it.

If u said the sky will fall on a specific day then they have some to worry about.

Common sense has come into play

Happy day

Rodney Coker

 

Hello Steve,

I am sorry to have to reiterate my previous points regarding the decision of the British electorate to leave the EU.

However the letter from Peter Elliot was simply too much to take.

Not only did he expect you and the 'flyer' to support his view he expected you to use the 'flyer' as a campaign tool for his

own ends. That is some brass neck.

 He blithely ignores the fact the British parliament felt the decision on whether to remain or leave was too important for parliament alone to decide, therefore they quite rightly offered a referendum to the British electorate to make the decision. Now the decision is made, Mr Elliot expects parliament to approve or dismiss it. The very same parliament who were incapable of making the decision in the first place!  That is really rich. Talk about having your cake and eating it. Parliament is expected to simply accept the will of the very people it asked to decide the question. Very rarely do I encounter such ill conceived argument purporting to be serious which is simultaneously contradictory and illogical. On top of that he expects you to provide publicity for some nefarious crowd funding exercise so the 'belly ache brigade' can seek to overturn democracy on the grounds that it doesn't suit them. How arrogant can they get? I wonder what the reaction would be if the boot were on the other foot. Furthermore would he remind us of the last time the EU offered any sort of vote to any electorate on any issue. I can assist him there: never is the answer and never it shall remain. The EU commission, you know, those people who decide our future, then magnanimously hand it down to the MEP's for approval. The approval of course is guaranteed because no democracy exists in the EU and MEP's approve policy because they want to maintain their national subsidies. The gravy train goes on. Is he also aware that these 'good citizens of Europe' are on excellent salaries which are tax free! That's right tax free! No wonder the searchlight of public scrutiny is never allowed to shine into the murky depths of the EU. This grotesque manifestation of government is something to be desired by Mr Elliot and his cronies, and if it is truly what they wish then I extend my deepest sympathy for your future. However, as long as there are true British values and democracy to uphold then that type of non elected, self serving, federalist government should be disposed of. Oh! I forgot, you can't dispose of it can you, you don't get a choice much less a vote on who runs the EU, what a shame, never mind eh!

So Mr Elliot, don't seek to overturn a democratic decision, because in the process you will be insulting the British electorate and the process which we fought so hard for, you may also destroy a democratic principal which at some future point you may yourself rely on to be upheld in your favour. Finally I wish to know which part of 'the British electorate voted to leave the EU' are you struggling with?

Yours hopefully for the last time,

Stuart

 

 

 

 

 

 

I set out below the reply I have received from my constituency MP on 6 September 2016:

Dear Mr Elliott,

Thank you for taking the time to contact me about the EU referendum. I sincerely apologise for the long delay in getting back to you.

Allow me to set out my views as fully as I can.

I must say that I was deeply disappointed by the referendum result. Brexit isn’t the path I would have chosen, nor one that Oxfordshire voted for. During the campaign I did my utmost to put forward positive arguments for our EU membership, which in my view helped us to safeguard jobs, uphold national security and tackle global problems such as climate change. Indeed, my belief was that these issues will only become increasingly fundamental to our national prosperity in the generations to come.

However, it is also my firm view that Britain as a whole has spoken. It is now crucial that all respect that democratic decision. In particular parliament should not, indeed cannot block the will of the British people. With that said, as the Government looks at the detailed arrangements for leaving the EU, Parliament will clearly have a role in that in making sure that we find the best way forward.

Inevitably there will be significant uncertainty over the terms of our future settlement with the EU, and it is now vital that the Government moves quickly to reassure those who voted Remain, as well as those voted to Leave, that their views will be taken into account.

Of course, at such an historic moment in our history, it is crucial to get this deal right. This is in the interests of all UK citizens (and EU member states too). The Government is now preparing for our negotiation process, working alongside the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland governments to ensure that the interests of all parts of our UK are protected and advanced.

It is ultimately for the Prime Minister to decide when to invoke Article 50 and begin the formal process of exit negotiations.

In the meantime, the creation of the Department for Exiting the European Union will bring together officials and policy expertise from across the Cabinet Office, the Treasury, the Foreign Office and the Business Department. The new unit will sit at the heart of government and be led and staffed by the best and brightest from across the civil service. It will be responsible for conducting the negotiations in support of the Prime Minister, including by supporting bilateral discussions on EU exit with other European countries. It will also be responsible for the policy work to support the UK's negotiations to leave the EU and for establishing the future relationship between the EU and the UK. To support this new Department, the Prime Minister has also set up a ministerial committee for Brexit (in addition to committees on the economy and social reform), all of which she is leading personally.

As the Prime Minister has emphasised repeatedly, we’re going to make a success of Brexit. A fundamental part of this means taking all necessary time to prepare ourselves for the tough negotiations ahead, but I repeat my position that the democratic will of the people cannot be denied.

Thank you again for your email and I hope I’ve been helpful in explaining my views.

Kind regards,

Nicola

Nicola Blackwood MP

Member of Parliament for Oxford West and Abingdon

So, in this case it is clear that a strongly pro-Remain MP (who is also a member of the current government) is not  in favour of a Parliamentary vote on the detailed arrangements proposed for Brexit.

One can only conclude that this remains this government’s position simply because they know they will be quite unable to come up with a proposal for a detailed arrangement that could gain the support of a majority in Parliament!

Whither parliamentary democracy?

Peter Elliott

 

 

 

 

 

I used to vacation in Aude or Ariege (or stay in one and visit in the other) and my friend in Amsterdam would come down to share whatever gite I'd rented.

He loves caves. Over several years we visited many of them except Grotte d'Aguzou because it required too much advance planning.

It is the Underground River of Labouiche  where we split ways. It was all the steps down to the river and then all the steps back up. My knees were up to a lot of walking, some hiking and much exploring but 200 steps, no. I always travel with a book or three so I was content to sit in the shade, read and wait.

He thoroughly enjoyed the visit even though the guide spoke no English and he didn't have enough French to do justice to the travelogue explanations. But he said he was glad I hadn't attempted the stairs...since we're both from the US we're aware of  the excesses of government oversight on some things, he laughed and said the place would have been shut down as a safety hazard a long time ago. He also thought it would be a perfect place to take a spouse/parent/enemy to do them in with a careless push. He is not a mean or violent person but we both read mysteries so locales such as that stimulate our minds and we might discuss the plot of a story never to be written about the location.

Since we love Ariege  we agreed the story couldn't take place in the actual Labouiche area, wouldn't be fair to associate the place with ill will and murder.

Now if we agree that we dislike someone very much (usually someone in politics) we say "I'd like to invite them to Labouiche" and they stand condemned forever and ever.

But back on topic, here's the story in La Depeche:

http://www.ladepeche.fr/article/2016/07/09/2381877-le-15-septembre-nous-remettrons-les-clefs-du-site.html

I went back to read it and discovered I needed to sign up so I did...but I don't know if you want to go that far, so I've copied the text in French, then done a Google translation (they're doing much better) and put it in a document which I'm attaching.

I know a lot of people don't like attachments so it won't hurt my feelings if you don't want to open it, just didn't know and thought I'd offer.

At least now you'll know the story...the town is greedy. I seem to remember a childhood story. Something about a goose and a golden egg...ring a bell with you?

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Airoux  Vide grenier

Alzonne  Vide grenier pompiers solidaires

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Coursan  Vide grenier route de cuxac

Espéraza  Grand vide grenier

Fontiès-d’Aude  Vide grenier

Gaja-et-Villedieu  Vide grenier

Homps  Vide grenier

Limoux  Vide grenier fête du cheval

Magrie  Vide grenier

Marseillette  Vide grenier

Narbonne  Vide grenier

Palaja  Grand vide grenier

Pexiora  Vide grenier – Salon du modélisme

Ribaute  Vide dressing

Saint-Marcel sur Aude  Vide grenier du téléthon

Salles-d’Aude  Vide grenier organisé par des pompiers

Villemoustaussou  Vide grenier de l’assocation familiale

Dalou  Vide dressing et vide poussette

Laroque-d’Olmes  Vide grenier d’automne

Mazères  Vide grenier mensuel

Pamiers  Vide grenier brocante

Rieux-de-Pelleport  Vide grenier

Sainte-Suzanne  Grand vide grenier

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante sur la D624

Jeudi 22 Septembre

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Samedi 24 Septembre

Argeliers  Exposition ventes de brocantes

Coursan  Vide grenier route de cuxac

Foix  Vide grenier brocante

Saverdun  Vide grenier bourse aux livres

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante sur la D624

Varilhes  Foire à tout vide grenier nocturne sur la D624

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Argeliers  Vide grenier du bassin sud minervoix xv

Carcassonne  Vide grenier des 4 chemins

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Castelnaudary  Vide grenier d’automne

Conques-sur-Orbiel  Vide grenier des ecoles

Coursan  Vide grenier route de cuxac

Cuxac-d’Aude  Vide grenier – Foire d’automne

Donazac  Vide grenier

Gruissan  Vide grenier judo club

Marcorignan  Hyper vide grenier

Sainte-Eulalie  Vide grenier du cyclo club

Sigean  Vide grenier

Les Bordes-sur-Arize  Vide grenier, brocante

Montardit  Vide grenier

Pamiers  Vide grenier, brocante

Sautel  12e Fête de la Transhumance

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante sur la D624

Jeudi 29 Septembre

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Samedi 1 Octobre

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Coursan  Vide grenier de cuxac

Port Leucate  Tante Marie Vide ses greniers

Thézan-des-Corbières   Exposition playmobil

Saverdun  Vide grenier bourse aux livres

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante sur la D624

Varilhes  Foire à tout vide grenier nocturne sur la D624

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Bages  Vide grenier

Bram  Vide grenier des familles rurales

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Coursan  Vide grenier route de cuxac

La Redorte  Vide grenier d’automne

Limoux  Brocante

Marcorignan  Hyper vide grenier

Narbonne  Vide grenier d’automne

Narbonne  Vide grenier Cap de Pla

Narbonne-Plage  Vide grenier au profit de l’association du Chat Libre

Ouveillan  Foire aux Rougnes des Vendanges

Pezens  Vide grenier des joyeuses farandoles

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Trèbes  Vide grenier

Baulou  Vide grenier

Garanou  Vide grenier d’automne

Léran  Vide grenier

Mazères  Vide grenier

Pamiers  Vide grenier, brocante

Saint-Lizier  Marché aux puces

Varilhes  Vide grenier brocante sur la D624

Vernajoul  Vide grenier

 

 

 

 
   

 Position wanted
Hi Holiday home owners in the St Girons area. Do you need a house sitter whilst you are away?. House upkeep, light gardening, preparing house for your return. This helps security for your home in your absence. Airport runs can be arranged. Recommendations are available.
Please contact Lorna on 0641 91 42 42 email coombebarnflo@hotmail.com
I hope you get this ok
Best regards
Lorna 

 

 

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What's On

 

 

CHRISTIAN DEATH 1 OCT BIKINI TOULOUSE

THE KILLS 7 NOV BIKINI TOULOUSE

PETER DOHERTY 18 nov Bikini Toulouse

STEVE HARRIS BRITISH LION  8 NOV LE METRONUM TOULOUSE

JAKE BUGG 9 NOV BIKINI TOULOUSE

CIRQUE DU SOLEIL 22 to 26 Nov Zenith Toulouse

BIFFY CLYRO 29 JAN BIKINI TOULOUSE

CELTIC LEGENDS 28 MARCH Zenith Toulouse

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ADVERTISING RATES 
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
information about advertising rates and specifications.
informations sur les tarifs publicitaires et specifications.
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

Email your text, pictures and contact information to mail@audeflyer.com