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Bonjour

So it’s that time again, Eurovision I mean, and Austria seem to have pulled out all the stops this year with a bearded lady TV or something as their entry.

And hopefully the weather is hotting up as there are more and more things to do: this weekend (in fact starting today) is the Limoux brass or copper band event, with a certain James Morrison looking unlike the one you may be more familiar with. It’s a good reason for a drink anyway.

Then there is the Ferme en Ferme en HAUTE-VALLEE DE l'AUDE et PYRENEES AUDOISES which will get you something to eat and some fresh air with something to drink

You should relax and not try to get too much done as it is May tomorrow and it’s riddled with holidays

  • Thursday 01 May - Labour Day (Fête du Travail)
  • Thursday 08 May - VE Day - WWII Victory Day (Fête de la Victoire 1945).
  • Thursday 29 May - Ascension Day (Ascension catholique).
  • Sunday 08 June - Whit Sunday (Pentecôte).
  • Monday 09 June - Whit Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte).

On May 1, 1561, King Charles IX of France received a lily of the valley as a lucky charm. He decided to offer a lily of the valley each year to the ladies of the court. At the beginning of the 20th century, it became custom to give a sprig of lily of the valley as a symbol of springtime, on each May 1. The government permits individuals and workers' organisations to sell them tax-free. Nowadays, people may present loved ones either with bunches of lily of the valley or dog rose flowers.

It is good to see the new FN Mayor of Beziers has joined in with other localities in putting a curfew on 13 and under. They are not allowed out unaccompanied by an adult from 11pm till 6am from mid-June to mid-September.  Personally I think that should be all year..countrywide…in fact worldwide.

Neil Hamilton is one of the inner circle of UKIP and as far as I remember he got himself embroiled in a cash for questions doo dah involving Mr Al-Fayed. The CFQ’s is back and there was almost a moment where it looked like Mr Farage was to step into the by-election created by the departure of the dishonoured Tory Patrick Mercer.  I think the whole UKIP thing would be fine if he would stick to drastic cost cutting in Brussels and get off the Enoch Powell immigration bandwagon.  Johnny Foreigner is taking the jobs of Brits who can’t be bothered to work.  Oh yes  - and doesn’t there need to be a few more heavy hitters in the UKIP pack or when they do get elected it’s all going to be a bit weird.

if you join Google + when it’s your birthday or the day you tell them is your birthday you get your own doodle up commemorating the milestone, I was really surprised when mine came up recently.

Is it me or are televisions taking longer to warm up than the early valve models?

Who said the Britain wasn't a Christian country? Actually it was the ex-archbishop of Canterbury last week and maybe he's right, maybe he's wrong. Difficult to explain though how we should all abide by this Monty Python commandment from the Old Testament (look it up, it's really in there), which seems to be forbidding a particularly bizarre challenge on BBC2's daftest yet reality show, The Great British Sewing Bee...

Ezekiel 13:18 King James Version

Thus saith the Lord GOD; Woe to the women that sew pillows to all armholes, and make kerchiefs upon the head of every stature to hunt souls! Will ye hunt the souls of my people, and will ye save the souls alive that come unto you?


Pillow sewers, you have been warned!

Steve

 

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Tax Returns, Pensions & Seminars

What do the above have in common? Well nothing really except they are all topical now!

Let’s start with tax returns ……..

I was really surprised to receive the French tax forms so early this year and then I realised why. The date for submission of paper returns has been brought forward to 20th May or if you submit your declaration over the net, then you have until 27th May to do this. Does this mean that we are going to get our tax demands a week or two earlier this year and perhaps with an earlier deadline date for payment? Well I guess that we will just have to wait and see.

No-one should ever try to second guess the Fisc or think that they can out-manoeuvre this government department. I hear some interesting stories of people being contacted and questioned about why they are not registered in the French tax system. You would be amazed at what is used to check – telephone bills, utility bills, etc., etc. How long will it be before our use of cash machines and our bank and credit card transactions in shops might be used to verify how much time we spend in France? Scary thought and actually they probably don’t need to go that far, as we can be tracked through our mobile phones and probably also our internet use.

Are you convinced now to register in the system? You’re still not sure if you are resident? OK, call me and with just a few questions, I will be able to tell you.

For those of you completing French income tax returns, don’t forget to include a list of foreign bank accounts and life assurance policies. You don’t have to declare amounts (unless you are subject to wealth tax), only the existence of the accounts and policies. If you don’t, the penalty is at least €1,500 per undisclosed account/policy or €10,000 if the bank account is in one of those uncooperative States or territories that have not concluded an agreement with France to exchange information. So even if it is an account that does not pay interest and there is very little in the account, declare the existence or risk the penalty!

Moving on to the other ‘hot topic’ of the day ……… I am already hearing about lots of people who are being cold-called about the UK pension reform. Apparently, these calls are being made by people operating from Spain or Cyprus or perhaps some other place. Typically, they are offering to liberate your UK pension plans now. What do these people know about the French tax system and the implications for you? For that matter, do they even understand the UK tax implications for you?

Rob and I have both written articles on this subject and I hope that we are sending out a strong message of the need to exercise caution. Every case will need to be considered on its own merits – there will be no ‘one size fits all’. Anyway being able to cash in large pension pots is only a proposal at the moment. We will have to wait for the result of the consultation and then probably a few months more to know the outcome. So if you get any of those calls coming from outside of France, my advice is to tell them not to waste your time!

The final thing that I want to mention is our client seminars – Le Tour de Finance. This is a tour that travels around France, where we bring ‘experts to expats’ and we are now taking bookings for the Spring tour for which there will be presentations on the following subjects:

-       Assurance Vie (two of our favoured providers will be presenting)

-       QROPS & Pension Investing (very topical)

-       Currency Exchange (is this a good time to exchange Sterling to Euros?)

-       Health Insurance (are you affected by the EU succession rules from 2015?)

-       Wills in France & UK (are you affected by the EU succession rules from 2015?)

-       International Banking (do your current bankers meet your needs?)

-       Tax Advice in France  (do you need help with those tax returns?)

Spectrum advisers will also be on hand at all events to answer questions. Maybe you need to have a more in-depth review of your financial situation. If so, we can arrange this with you.

As always, there is no charge for any of our seminars and the speakers’ presentations are followed by a buffet lunch/refreshments. The dates for the local events are:

-       21st May - Hotel La Villa Duflot, 66000 Perpignan

 

-       21st May - Hotel Abbaye École de Sorèze, 81540 Sorèze

 

-       22nd May - Côté Mas, 34530 Montagnac

 

-       23rd May – Montpellier Massane Golf & Spa Hotel, 34670 Baillargues

 

Each event starts at 10.00 am with a welcome coffee and ends at 2.00 pm after a buffet lunch, with the exception of Sorèze, which starts at 5.30 pm, finishes at 9.00 pm and refreshments will be served. The seminars are always very popular and so early booking is recommended.

 

If you would like to attend one of the seminars or you would like to have a confidential discussion on your financial situation, please contact me by telephone on 04 68 20 30 17 or by e-mail at daphne.foulkes@spectrum-ifa.com.

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 investment of financial assets or 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/.

Daphne Foulkes

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Lost in France

We all know how similar French and English can be and in some cases remarkably dissimilar.  And it’s easy to make mistakes.  Perhaps you’re like me and you’ve made the mistake of not knowing the French for an English word which looks like it could possibly have a French origin.  Perfectly nice and supportive French people who will bend over backwards to try to understand what I am saying will look at me dumbfounded.   One word I recently tried was the English word ‘emphasis’.  I couldn’t think of the French word (its ‘accent’ by the way) so I just said it with as much of a French accent (hah!) as I could muster ‘omphaseez’ and got that dumbfounded look - it was worth a try. 

 

I do enjoy discovering the links between the two languages.

 

Take the French word for to swindle – it is ‘escroquer’ and in English that is very similar to ‘escrow’ and I wonder which came first and how it’s meaning changed from taking money by false pretences to keeping money safe and separate.

 

Sometimes there are amusing similarities ‘molle’ is the word for a woman with no energy, is that anyway related the 1920’s gangster slang for a woman ‘moll’?

 

‘Enfumer’ to avoid a problem, a bit like figuratively blowing smoke in someone’s eyes to distract or confuse them.

 

‘Suer’ isn’t to sue but to sweat and you might get that from the pronunciation.

 

Other words I like simply because of the sound both in French and English – tatillion is pernickety

 

Midinette –  a sentimental young girl, although it also sounds like an internet system particular to the Midi.

 

Puer – to be smelly and it makes me smile for obvious reasons.

 

Huis – is a word for door, huisserie is door-frame and huissier is the word for both doorman and bailiff (who used to come to break down a door). 

 

But I will leave you with another word which seems like it should belong to the 21st century IT world - ‘proxenetisme’-  which  means making one’s  living off the earnings of a prostitute.  The origin is the Greek word ‘proxenetes’ which means courtier.  In French the masculine for ‘courtier’ is ‘courtisan’ but the feminine is ‘courtisane’ – a high level prostitute.

 

 

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WHAT IS IT?

HOW CAN YOU PREVENT / LESSEN ITS EFFECTS?

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Extract from ' You, The Owner's Manual' - Michael F Roizen M.D and Mehmet C. Oz M.D

'As you age, the density of the slippery shock-absorber surfaces (that are found between the bones that make up your joints) thins and you gradually lose your cushioning. When this happens, the effect is similar to walking in shoes without socks. While socks provide cushioning, they also act to absorb the friction that would occur if the shoe rubbed up against your skin. Without the sock, your exposed skin would rub against the shoe, get irritated, blister and become inflamed. It's the same concept with your joints. As you lose your internal sock, your bones lose their ability to slide and they can rub against each other - and it hurts.

So osteoarthritis is when the cartilage that covers the bones and forms the surface of the joints becomes thinner, rougher, less protective of the bone, so the bones grind against each other and the joint becomes inflamed.

Although osteoarthritis can occur in any of your joints, including your hands, hips and spine, your knees are particularly at risk because they are prone to a lot of wear and tear. Your knees carry your body no matter how heavy the weight.'

When you gain 10lbs (c. 4.5kg), it feels more like 30lbs (c. 14kg) for your knees.

 

(This gives us an indication of one of the ways in which you can alleviate the effects of osteoarthritis in this part of your body - keep your weight in check!)

' Many things can make osteoarthritis more likely (and can increase its effects) including:

Poor posture

Overuse

Heredity

Obesity

Lack of vitamins C and D

Lack of calcium

Regular exercise is important - walking is good (30 minutes every day) but if you are already suffering from osteoarthritis (especially if you are also overweight), in order to reduce the impact on your joints, the best options are swimming, cycling, rowing or working out on an elliptical machine.'

Pat Penny - Health and Fitness Specialist,  Massage / Deep Tissue Massage

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Hartbleed Bug

 

Many of you may have heard of the Heartbleed bug on the news broadcasts over the past week, it’s a flaw that’s been found in SSL security that’s the pad lock bit on the internet.

The flaw is being blown out of all proportions by the media, some claiming it’s the end of the internet and some that every server is the world has been hacked. There is still no conclusive proof that any hacker has managed to use the flaw to access user details from a server, despite what the BBC claimed last night about Mothers-net having been hacked, they had an incident on the server and have informed all user to change their password as a precaution.

  • Do not rush into changing your passwords, unless you are sure the server has been patched.
  • Only around 30% of servers worldwide are affected, so there is a very good chance none of the ones you use are affected.
  • If you get an email from a company you are signed up with telling you to change your password, then that’s the time to do it.
  • Make sure you go to the web site don't follow links in emails. 
  • Try to use a different password for each site/company

If you need help or have any questions about your computer please give me a call or send me an email for FREE advice.

 

Bruce@mirax.org or Telephone 05 61 60 84 23.

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All that warm weather and then some rain so everything is growing really quickly and many plants are about a month in advance of a "normal" year.  Many roses are flowering; keep an eye out for blackspot or mildew and treat with a fungicide.  Dead head roses after flowering to encourage repeat blooms.  This is a good time to tidy hedges except if they are home to birds nests, in which case one should wait until the young birds have flown.  Most of France has had enough rain this winter to replenish water reserves, not so in the Languedoc, with all the hot weather do make sure that recently planted items are sufficiently moist.

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May is a month when so many plants are in flower that it is difficult to pick ones out for comment but among the stars of this month has to be the cistuses.  They are Mediterranean native shrubs which like a sunny position and well drained soil and are very drought tolerant, most grow to about 80cm or a metre high with similar spread.  They are evergreen or evergrey, usually with pink or white flowers although a few (previously classified under Halimium) have yellow flowers.  There are about twenty species and many hybrids.  Some are native to acid sols and some to limestone soils so try to make sure that the plants you are buying are adapted to your soil.  With careful planning it is possible to have various cistus in flower from late March until late May.  They associate well in the garden with other evergreen Med natives such as Dorynium and Phlomis which enjoy the same growing conditions.


Remember that we are restricting our regular opening times to one weekend a month but will still always be available at any time for you to come and visit the garden, talk plants etc by appointment - just email or phone to organise a time.  Regular opening times for the next few months will be  9/10/11 May, 6/7/8 June, 11/12/13 July.  In addition our annual open weekend will be Sat 31st May and Sun 1st June, put it in your diaries now! The programme will be similar to previous years.   Remember too that we are always happy to organise guided visits of the garden here for groups.

For any garden queries do get in touch with Gill Pound ( 04 68 78 43 81 or Gill@lapetitepepiniere.com ). La Petite Pépinière de Caunes 21, av de la Montagne Noire (route de Citou) 11160 Caunes-Minervois.

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Hi!!!!

I have lived around Carcassonne for over twelve years and have found most things. However, there are three items I still can not find.

1, Benedictine, I have made several expeditions into the wine shops of the area, but found none. I understand that it is still made. Where can one obtain this French product in France?

2, Fino Sherry, this is obtainable, but requires at least a four hour round trip into Spain. Why is it not on sale here? The varieties of Ports are available.......

3, Kippers, when I worked in Saudi Arabia, kippers were available in most supermarkets. Has anyone seen them here? I have tried the smoked fish available, but they are pale imitations......

These items are available in most countries of the world, why not here?

I am sure that if these items are for sale in this area, someone can let us all know.

In anticipation, Thanks.

Alan... Aude

Hi Steve

Thanks for your flyer, always interesting reading.

One thing - the captions in your competition might be more interesting if your readers are aware that the person on the right (i.e. the one who was actually elected) is the President, not the Taoiseach (Prime Minister), of Ireland.  A very down to earth, interesting and well-cultured man, though I'm not sure if the uileann (elbow) pipes are in his repertoire. 

All the best

MT Moran

Hi Steve.

Not wishing ( honestly) to be a pedantic nit-picker , but the wee guy facing Prince Charles is Michael Higgins , the PRESIDENT of Ireland , not the Prime Minister , that would be Enda Kenny.

KP.

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CAPTION: "Yes it is very funny, I didn't believe Francois Hollande either he is just boasting"

Hi Steve, I think the man with Prince Charles in the photograph is the Irish President not the Prime Minister.

Hi, just got the lastest edition and so welcome it was...I have been having problems with my phone (I'm in the US and it's Verizon and they're having problems with their system) and needed something light hearted to cheer me up and remind me of better times and better places.

When I used to take my vacations in the South of France (09 & 11) I could afford to do it because I worked for a steamship agency....and while it didn't contribute to my salary, I really enjoyed the work because I handled shipments from Australia and New Zealand to Western Europe!

CMA-CGM which is one of the world's larges ocean carriers also owns another line, ANL (Australia New Zealand..not sure what the "L" is for..and didn't mean that as a pun).

I got to know (by email and occasional phone calls) various people in Oz and other ports...I handled all the import documentation (for US Customs) so I saw all the freight manifests and could drool over the produce and meats and

wonder about other things. When my east coast (US) counterpart was on vacation, I'd handle her ships so I got to know some of the export people in the UK and France, so I saw the manifests for the export cargo from Europe.

It's really not that difficult logistically....all the information that would be on the commercial invoice would be on the Bill of Lading, the in-house or private forwarding agent would book the cargo with the line---the line could even make the arrangement for the container to be delivered and picked up from the company warehouse---once it had been accepted by Customs (US or Oz required cargo manifests be transmitted to them before the cargo could be

loaded on the ship), the container(s) were loaded and off went the shipment! 

In addition to cargo I saw household goods and personal effects being shipped---both ways---so there was always a human touch to the work.

The ships (and most larger ships from all over) called the port of Felixstowe, and I see where they've gotten permission to expand the port, so it must be doing well. France, of course, was Le Havre (or Fos, in the Med), Bremerhaven and Rotterdam rounded out the port rotation on the main service...

Sadly, CMA decided they'd take over handling the ANL cargo (rather than our agency) ...so adieu to ANL for me.

However, if someone who doesn't know the procedures asks about shipping something, the freight forwarders will make it seem as if ---well---there's a 'laundry list' of all the things they HAVE to do for you (and charge you for)...

(you can write your own invoice as well as they can but they won't mention that...) so it seems more like preparation for some occult ritual that involves inanimate objects which have to be moved from one place to another.  And they blame all the forms on the government....while they're counting your money...

anyway, more than you wanted to know (and didn't ask for)...hope you have a great weekend and hot cross buns (if they suit your fancy)  and please continue to inform and entertain us....(and I still make mention of the Flyer when giving advice to people visiting the south of France on the Thorn Tree Forum on Lonely Planet...

take care,

Lynda

Some vide greniers and foires!

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Its all recycling - you know it makes sense!

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Jeudi 1 Mai 2014

Alzonne  vide dressing

Bize-Minervois  vide grenier du comite des fetes de bize-minervois

Carcassonne Vide grenier brocante

Greffeil vide grenier du 1 er mai

Gruissan Vide Grenier du Foot

Molleville Vide grenier

Narbonne Brocante et vide grenier a Géant Casino 62 places couverte

Narbonne-Plage Videgrenier à Narbonne Plage

Pomas  Vide grenier annuel du Club du Temps libre

Saint-Papoul vide-greniers

Trèbes Vide grenier - Organise par la Gym V Trebes

Villedaigne vide grenier et marché artisanal

Vinassan Vide greniers + marché artisanal

Arvigna   vide grenier

Daumazan-sur-ArizeChateau Cazaleres

Laroque-d'Olmesvide grenier du 1er mai

Mirepoixvide grenier

Varilhes Vide-grenier

Samedi 3 Mai 2014

Coursan vide grenier

Narbonne vide grenier de st estauche

Port Leucate vide greniers

Villegly défilé de printemps

Saverdunvide-Greniers

Dimanche 4 Mai 2014

Carcassonne   vide grenier de la MJC XIII

Carcassonne  Vide grenier brocante

Coursan  vide grenier

Durban-Corbières  vide grenier du Comitat de Festo

Gaja-et-Villedieu Vide grenier du comité des fêtes

Gruissan  Vide grenier du volley ball Gruissan

Les Cassés vide greniers

Limoux brocante

Montbrun-des-Corbières  Vide Grenier-Domicile

Montréal Vide-greniers / Marché Artisanal

Narbonne  vide grenier de st estauche

Narbonne  vide-greniers de Printemps

Narbonne  brocante & vide-greniers GEANT-CASINO 62 places Couvertes

Palaja vide grenier

Peyriac-de-Mer Vide-greniers associatif

Pomas 1er vide dressing formes généreuses et toutes tailles

Port-la-Nouvelle Vide grenier de la calendreta, emplacement avec vehicule

Quillan Vide Grenier - Bibliothèque Anglaise de la Haute Vallée

Rieux-Minervois bourse moto et vide grenier

Ventenac-en-MinervoisVide Grenier

Villasavary Vide grenier au stade municipal de Villasavary

Mazèresvide grenier mensuel

PamiersMarché et puces et à la brocantes

Saint-Liziermarché aux Puces, de la cave au grenier

Jeudi 8 Mai 2014

Alet-les-BainsVide grenier - avec exposition photos anciennes du village

CarcassonneVide grenier brocante

Castelrengfete du printemps

GruissanVide grenier aviron gruissanais rugby

Lavalettevide grenier du fep lavalette

Lézignan-Corbières vide-grenier ASL FOOT

Mirepeisset vide grenier

Narbonne vide grenier pour animaux abandonnes

Narbonne-Plagevide grenier

NévianFête des fleurs et vide grenier

PeyrensMarché aux fleurs- vides greniers

PuivertVide-grenier du 8 mai

Rieux-MinervoisVide grenier du haut minervois olympique foot

Saint-Pierre-la-Mer Vide-Greniers

SigeanSalon des Créations, des Fleurs et des Saveurs

SigeanVide grenier autour de l'enfant

Villeneuve-Minervois foire du 8 mai

Daumazan-sur-Arize 6ème vide grenier de Daumazan

Samedi 10 Mai 2014

Coursan vide grenier

Narbonne vide grenier de st estauche

FoixUnion sportive fuxeenne rugby

Saverdunvide-Greniers

Dimanche 11 Mai 2014

ArzensVide-grenier de printemps du Comité des Fêtes

Bize-MinervoisVide-grenier de l'association des parents d'élèvesBoutenacvide grenier de printemps du tennis club

Bramvide grenier des MajoPompons

Carcassonne Vide grenier brocante

Coursanvide grenier

Cruscadesvide grenier de la pêche

Fabrezanbrocante de la barca

Fleury d'audeVide grenier des sapeurs pompiers de Fleuryd'Aude

Gardie Vide Grenier à Gardie

La Redorte Vide-grenier du Vélo Club Redortais, nouvel espace du Port

Le Somail vide greniers brocante du printemps

Mas-Saintes-PuellesVide Grenier

Narbonnevide grenier de st estauche

NarbonneVide Grenier du NHB

Narbonne brocante & vide-greniers GEANT-CASINO 62 places Couvertes

Pexioravide grenier de l'association des activités parascolaires

Portel-des-CorbièresVide grenier

EscosseVide greniers

Fougax-et-BarrineufMarché de créateurs

Mirepoix vide grenier

PamiersMarché et puces et à la brocantes

Mardi 13 Mai 2014

Bram Vide-Greniers du Secours Catholique

 What's On

 

ARTISTES A SUIVRE 29 May to June 6, Haute Vallee

NINE INCH NAILS 1 June Zenith Toulouse

JOE BONAMASSA 19 June Zenith Toulouse

INDOCHINE, VANESSA PARADIS , BLONDIE, THE SELECTER

7 July Argeles sur mer

SEASICK STEVE,  UB 40 8 July Argeles sur mer

KEZIAH JONES, PHOENIX,  LILY ALLEN 9 July Argeles sur mer

EELS 11th July Bikini Toulouse

ELTON JOHN 15 July Carcassonne Festival

LANA DEL REY 17 July Carcassonne Festival

JOE SATRIANI + CHICAGO 19 July Carcassonne Festival

FRANZ FERDINAND 20 July Carcassonne Festival

MASSIVE ATTACK 24 July Carcassonne Festival

THE JACKSONS 25 July Carcassonne Festival

VANESSA PARADIS 28 July Carcassonne Festival

JAMES BLUNT 30 July Carcassonne Festival

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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