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Next Thursday will no doubt show some interesting voting across Europe, with everyone looking to blame some legal immigrants for that lack of work. Could you be doing a French person out of a job? Are you one of the people the public in France are scared of? Does France have the same couch potato mentality where benefit dependency takes the place of building your own self-worth and the need to work, no matter what work? Personally I feel if someone wants to work they will and they can do what they want as long as they get on with it and scale whatever hurdles are put in the way.


I am quite good at finding things via Google and I have been looking for further information on this story that was in Midi Libre:

A British man has died during a routine customs search on the A9 motorway at St-Jean-de-Védas just south of Montpellier. The incident happened between midnight and 1am on Wednesday morning.


Sniffer dogs showed interest in the 4x4 of the 59-year-old British driver, and so officials began to search it. As they did, the man showed signs of discomfort and collapsed. Despite attempts to revive him, Donald McDonald died in an ambulance on the way to hospital. He was heading back to the UK from Spain.


An autopsy will take place on Friday, May 2. The search of the vehicle was suspended half-way through, at which time no illegal substance had been found. It will be resumed.

Whatever I put in produces nothing connected to this man’s death, have you heard anything about it?


The month of May and three holidays on a Thursday so three bridges, with the cost of this France’s GDP is projected to be 4bn €. The exception to this of course is the tourism business which should have a bumper month.


Austria wins by a whisker, yes indeed the bearded lady pulled it off! The Ukraine situation looks to be repeated and can be predicted based on the Eurovision song contest voting: Belarus, Azerbaijan and Armenia all seem to be in the back slapping club. Of course it does look a bit strange that the eastern parts of Ukraine have had elections which “the west” are calling undemocratic, yet they support the removal by force of the Viktor Yanukovych.

So Mr Hollande has been stated as saying the French government is focusing on the best interests of Alstom and Siemens employees. This is before Siemens have even made an offer and they have been “encouraged” by Miss Merkel to bid following GE’s offer. The French government currently has a 0.9% stake in Alstom and according to the economy minister Arnaud Monteourg the government would consider taking a larger stake in the company.


Then there is Mr Farage saying that the decision on the take over of Astra Zeneca by Pfizer will have nothing to do with the UK government. In response to a question on the issue, Vince Cable admitted on May 6th that 'Ministers do not engage with decisions' of this nature due to a 2004 European Union merger regulation. My view is that Pfizer should be made to put up a substantial bond which can protect the long term concerns for scientific jobs and research in the UK.







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Pension business is still keeping my in-tray bulging this month. The recent publicity that this ever-stimulating topic (hmm) has received since the last UK budget seems to have raised its profile to a remarkable degree. My clients fall fairly and squarely into two categories; those that have QROPS pensions and those that don’t.

Those that already have QROPS pensions are asking me if they did the right thing, and those that don’t are now busy asking me if they should indeed QROPS their pension (I know there’s no such verb, but it’s neat). Well I’m sorry to have to tell you, but in true financial style, the answers are yes; maybe, and in some cases no. Here’s why:

It all depends on what you think your pension should be doing for you. If, like me, you think that it has been a genuinely valuable savings tool that is going to make your financial life more comfortable and financially stable as you get older, then anyone who has a QROPS pension is highly likely to have done completely the right thing. There are however those amongst this group who view their pension funds as their money that is being withheld from them, and fed to them in dribs and drabs at the whim of some government actuarial clerk. Any chance that arises for them to get their hands on more, if not all of their funds, should be grabbed with both hands.

This group suddenly find that they have backed the wrong horse, and in transferring their pension via QROPS to a new trustee with the aim of attaining more control over the running of their funds now find that their pension fund is now controlled by a new trustee who is more conservative than the old one. Please don’t think for one minute that I am criticising this group of people. The reasons for needing cash urgently are many and varied, and some of them may well genuinely outweigh the need for savings in later life.

So what should the second group do; those who still have their UK based pension funds? Before I answer that, let’s take a quick look at what has already changed, and what might change next year. Here are the principal factors:

     a) Since 27th March this year, anyone aged over 55 who has a guaranteed separate pension income of £12,000 or more can now enter Flexible Drawdown. This means that you can make uncapped, unlimited withdrawals from a pension fund (not the one that gives you the £12,000 income!)

     b) Also since the 27th March, anyone (over 55) with a standard pension pot can now commence ordinary drawdown from that pension at a higher rate than previously. 25% more per year to be precise.

     c) We are now in a consultation period for a much more dramatic change. It is likely that anyone (over 55) with a UK pension pot will be able to take out the whole sum in cash from April 2015. Presently you can take out 25% as a (UK) tax free lump sum, now called a PCLS (Pension Commencement Lump Sum), and draw the rest on an annual basis, but in a strictly controlled manner.


This is a simplification of the total pension review, but these are the factors that are grabbing the headlines. So what should my second group, the ones who still hold UK based pensions, do now?
Quite simply, they need to decide which camp they are in. In one camp (with me) there are the ‘Classic Pension’ devotees. Those who think that when (or if) they get into their eighth and ninth decades, they will still be able to afford that occasional glass or two of rosé on a summers evening. In the other camp sit the ‘Pensions New Dawn’ brigade who are happy to spend it all now on the assumption that they either won’t get to that age, or if they do, won’t know much about it anyway.

Eventually though, it won’t matter. QROPS trustees are by nature a very cautious group of people. Keeping HMR&C onside is very important to them. That’s what keeps them on the QROPS list, indeed keeps the Q in QROPS. The disconcerting thing for them is that the ‘Old Guard’ has suddenly been given a serious injection of steroids, and is sprinting off over the horizon, leaving the QROPS ‘New Guard’ trailing in their wake. Eventually they will meet again, and offer the same terms all round. Just because you can take the whole fund doesn’t mean that you have to.

So, to answer my own question for UK pension clients, you should do nothing at the moment if you think you would like to get your hands on potentially large sums of money in the near future (and pay a healthy tax bill on them). If you are here for the long game, look at QROPS for what it has always been. If you’re not quite sure what that is, give me a call and I’ll take you through it.

On a complementary topic, we are now well and truly into seminar season again:
Le Tour de Finance is a partnership 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?)



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

Daphne and I will be on hand at Sorèze and Montagnac to answer questions. If you feel that you would benefit from a more in-depth review of your financial situation, 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. 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 have any questions on this, or any other subject, please don’t hesitate to contact me, Rob Hesketh:

By phone on 0468 247758 or mobile 0631 787647

Or by mail at You can find out more about Spectrum on and


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Lost in France


Another form arrives to be filled in.  They come regularly asking us to complete them so that we can pay more tax.  We are renovating a barn.  We obtained permission to replace a window with a larger one and then install another one – that’s it, nothing about making it residential to which this form seems to refer.  Now they (the ubiquitous bureaucracy which is the Tresor Public) requests to know if the renovation is finished.  We want the barn as a workshop and for extra storage.  No we don’t have running water, electricity, gas, a toilet, a bathroom, any bedrooms or kitchens, it’s still a barn.  The last form I received I sent back saying the work wasn’t finished but I received another quite quickly which had on it the phrase which said if you don’t complete it this time you will be fined.

I took it to the secretary at the Mairie and she said if it’s not finished, tell them that. I said I’d already done that so she said you’d better go to the Tax Office so groaning inwardly and outwardly I took my piece of paper away and went the next day.  I showed the man there the form and I told him it was not residential it was a barn and that the form didn’t seem to offer an alternative way of filling it in to accommodate the non-residential aspect – or words to that effect.  He pointed out the places that needed to be filled in, one of which was date when the work would be completed.  I told him it wasn’t finished and he looked at me as if it was obvious that I had just to say that.  Aaargh!  So I guess they will keep sending out this form for me to complete until I tell them a date the work has finished and then they can tax me.


I suppose this is better than having the person in the village (which apparently we have and I suppose other villages have too) who wanders around taking note of all renovations and reporting on me.  I asked my neighbour who this was and she said she couldn’t tell me, not because it was a secret, or that she was that person but because the person changes.  How creepy and secretive is that?  She tells me that it was the war that helped engender this kind of behaviour.  She describes it as an explosion, the people who were good exploded into altruistic acts or resistance and the people who were bad were given free rein to be as bad as they liked by reporting on their neighbours if they didn’t like them.


This sneaky reporting did in fact happen quite recently to a neighbour of ours who is renovating a barn to live in.  It’s a very big building and inside he has created a large open ground floor living room, kitchen dining area and upstairs there is a bedroom and bathroom.  He was visited by a man with a clipboard from the Tax Office who accused him of having more than the one bedroom he had stated on his form.  Our neighbour invited him in and showed him his one bedroom while the man from the Tax Office huffed and puffed about the size of the downstairs space implying it could be used more fruitfully (for him) by putting in another bedroom.   It is a bit scary having people checking up on you like this.


My partner said as he was the only working on our barn it would be a while before it was finished but they were welcome to send someone to help speed up the process if they liked.




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 Tech Talk



How to decommission or sell an old PC


How to sell or dispose of an old system safely, without compromising your personal data


When a PC is nearing the end of its useful life, it’s crucial to decommission it safely and securely. It’s a simple process, and once it’s done you can dispose of the PC, or sell it on, without worrying about what else you may be giving away. If you do plan to sell it on, there are steps you can take to encourage buyers and help achieve a quick sale at a good price.


Personal data


The most important part of decommissioning an old PC is securely erasing your personal data, to ensure that nothing can be recovered by whoever gets their hands on your PC, or its hard disk, after you’ve finished with it.


Before you start the decommissioning process, therefore, make sure you’ve collected all the data and information you need from the computer. For a PC you plan to sell or strip for parts, it’s always good to have a full specification list to give to buyers. If you don’t have the original documents, or if the computer has been upgraded over the years, go in to Control Panel | System & Security | System and note down the processor model, the amount of RAM and – if you plan to sell it with the operating system – the version of Windows it’s running.


Next, if there’s data you want to keep, be sure to transfer it to an external hard disk or upload it to a cloud storage service such as Dropbox or Google Drive.


If you intend to sell off the PC’s individual components, it’s also a good idea to take a few photos of them in action before you erase the hard disk, as we discuss below.


Selling the whole computer


If you plan to sell on the computer in one working piece, you’ll definitely want to securely clean off the hard disk.


Wiping your hard drive of data.


The easiest way to do this is to create a new user in the control panel making sure its set as an Administrator type user.


Then login as this new user and returning to the control panel remove your user account. This method will ensure all data, settings, logins etc are removed.


Next you need to wipe the free space on the hard drive to stop anyone recovering the data you’ve so carefully removed. Ccleaner has a function on the Tools menu you will find the drive wiper, set as Free space only, with  an advanced overwrite (3 passes) and the tick the local drive C, then wipe.


If you have any other hard drives or partitions then you can wipe them too, this time however you want to wipe the Entire drive.


Selling individual components


If your PC is no longer functional, you can still sell off the bits that do work. Indeed, even if your PC does work, this approach may be more lucrative than selling it of as a complete system. That applies particularly to custom-built and upgraded PCs – perhaps you’ve supplemented a standard PC with a beastly graphics card, for example.

You’ll have to use common sense here. Check the prices at retail and on eBay for the components you want to sell, making sure you’re using the exact product codes/descriptions.


Please remember that there is very little value in parts that are more than 2 years old, if the computer is more than 5 years old then might have to pay to dispose of it there is absolutely no value in it.

If you need help or have any questions about your computer please give me a call or send me an email for FREE advice. or Telephone 05 61 60 84 23.




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There seem to be a lot of aphids (greenfly & blackfly) in gardens at the moment.  You may like to leave them as ladybird food but if infestation is severe you can spray them with a soft soap solution or an organic/bio treatment from the garden centre.  Perennials that flowered early in the year such as hellebores will have set seed, look out for when the seed ripens (usually when the seed capsule starts to dry and split revealing dark brown or black seeds) and sow the seed to increase your own stock.  Most spring flowering shrubs are over or nearly over, remember to prune them after flowering.

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned the cistuses as being wonderful plants at this time of year.  Another genus that cistus associate well with are the phlomis, this is a genus of over 100 species of herbaceous plants and shrubs from the Mediterranean through into central Asia.  The shrubby species from the Med basin area do particularly well in our gardens, most are shrubby species that will grow up to about a metre high with a similar spread although obviously this varies according to the particular species and with your growing conditions.  Most have yellow flowers (such as Phlomis fruticosa, P longifolia & P chrysophylla) but some have pink flowers (eg Phlois italica & P purpurea).  They like a sunny and well drained position in the garden and most are very drought tolerant.

A reminder 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   6/7/8 June, 11/12/13 July and 8/9/10 August.  In addition our annual open weekend will be Sat 31st May and Sun 1st June, put it in your diaries now!   The programme is at  .   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 ). La Petite Pépinière de Caunes 21, av de la Montagne Noire (route de Citou) 11160 Caunes-Minervois.

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11160 Caunes-Minervois
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Hello Steve,
You may find this amusing and fit for publication too.
David Cameron and Ed Milliband fid themselves sat next to each other in the House of Commons barber shop, having a hair cut. They didn't speak much other than greeting and the odd remark.
Upon finishing Ed Milliband was asked if he would like a splash of Bay Rum Cologne.
He refused saying that if he did his wife would think he had been in a brothel, and laughed heartily at making what he thought was a good joke. Everyone around laughed politely too.
David Cameron was finished and he also was offered the Bay Rum.
Of course I shall have it, he replied, my wife doesn't know what a brothel smells like!!
A moments embarrassed silence until Ed left then gales of laughter all round.
The moral is: if you are not naturally humorous then don't try to be.
Cheers and keep up the good work.




If you could include some of this request for anyone who knows where I can get my precious guitar refinished reasonably locally I would be eternally grateful as I am getting pretty desperate with no leads so far in spite of sending this info to various places in the vicinity.  I haven't played for 35 years and I am anxious to get to grips with it again (and the bleeding fingers expected after all this time).  Even my nylon strung guitar hurts so far.


Peter Burbage






As a regular car hirer from Carcassonne airport, I believe the readers might be interested in the following:-

For those who like a bargain when using car hire, (a relative term in car hire parlance!), be very careful when selecting a provider.

We have just picked up a car from Firefly (a Hertz off shoot) at Carcassonne, (the cheapest by a very small margin of a not very cheap bunch of car hire providers)

to be presented with the following :-

  1. A credit card fee of €3.30 plus TVA (VAT) of 20%, for Firefly to record the Excess Charge, payable if you have an accident, etc.
  2. A choice of returning the car with or without a full tank. However if the tank required filling, Firefly would charge you at the going rate?? (what ever that may be !)
  3. Obviously one would opt to bring the car back full, to avoid excessive fuel charges ?
  4. Unfortunately, regardless of who filled the tank, Firefly will add a surcharge of €12.54 plus TVA (VAT)  of 20%
  5. Should you return the car with a dirty interior, Firefly will add a surcharge of €12.50 plus TVA (VAT). of 20%
  6. Firefly offer a non optional ‘Fast Return’ , for an added surcharge of €19.73 plus TVA (VAT) of 20%


A non optional additional charge of €48.07 plus TVA (VAT) at 20% gives an additional total to be paid of €57.68 or approximately £48.45. This makes a relative bargain into a very expensive nightmare.

There are further additional charges, which although optional, cover the addition of an additional driver (which can only be added for the duration of the hire period and not specific periods)

Also, should one wish to go to Spain, then, the vehicle would not be covered for insurance purposes without a further large additional cost.

Following a complaint that this was not mentioned on the original rental paperwork, we were told we either accepted the additional costs to be able to take the car or fore fitted the car hire and we could not have our money back.

To add insult to injury, the vehicle was dirty inside,  and notwithstanding the alleged nominal marks, was in fact covered from front to rear (both sides, front & back) with scratches and marks.

Following a further complaint, we were told there was no alternative vehicle available.

Readers be warned.


M Jones 



If the French wish to reduce global warming someone should politely remind them to turn off their vehicles engines when leaving them to go and buy bread.Eye live opposite the local boulangerie and have done for the past fifteen years,at least three out of five customers arriving to buy bread leave their engines running when leaving the vehicle,sometimes with children remaining on board.Taking a combined ball park figure of two hours a day times six opening days times the 100,000.bread shops in France.It is not hard to imagine as to how much fuel is being wasted and pollution pumped into the atmosphere.Food for thought or an old man nit picking?you decide! Tony K. La Bastide d,Anjou.            P.S.If any Brits reading this leave their engines running when going in for bread...dont its illegal to leave a vehicle unattended with the motor running .tk




Dear Lost in France,

You will find that the presenters and comedians periodically featured on France Inter or France Culture are really quite good at cracking jokes, should your level of French progress sufficiently to understand them.

Academic? Yes, it's true to say that they don't do dumbing down.

regards, Eddie Castellan.




Dear Steve

I have just read the latest audeflyer.  In the editorial you say Thursday 29 May is "ascension catholique". Since when was Jesus Christ a catholic?

This was celebrated in my state secondary school in the 60s.

I've noticed since the TV system has gone digital, our TV set takes a minute or two for a programme to appear.

Best wishes





Add to the list of things that are extremely difficult to find in France:  Southern Comfort and chocolate/coffee based liqueurs like Kahlua.  I found benedictine at Carrefour in Montpellier around Christmas time, so bought a couple of bottles.  Haven't been there since, so don't know if this is a year round thing.  You might want to check your nearest Carrefour and, if they don't have it now, try again at Christmas.










Some vide greniers and foires!
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They also have a sister site where you can giveaway stuff or find stuff others are giving
Its all recycling - you know it makes sense!
If there are two in the same town on the same day, it could be a duplicate on the site or a second event
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Samedi 17 Mai 2014
Argeliers Exposition de Patchwork
Coursan vide grenier
Narbonne vide grenier de st estauche
Salles-sur-l'Hers Vide-grenier vide-jardin
Trèbes Vide-grenier-Bourse à l'enfance de l'Ecole des Floralies
Lavelanet vide-grenier orgaisé par l association fetes et loisirs
Saverdun Vide-Grenier / Brocante
Varilhes Vide ta chambre
Dimanche 18 Mai 2014
Alzonne vide grenier pompiers solidaires
Argeliers Exposition de Patchwork
Armissan Vide grenier Organisé par le Football Club.
Belpech vide grenier/brocante organisé par ADIAPIC
Carcassonne chronodrive fait son vide grenier
Carcassonne Vide grenier brocante
Carcassonne Vide-greniers APPA
Carcassonne Vide-grenier du quartier des Castors
Castelnau-d'Aude Vide grenier des ecoles
Castelnaudary vide grenier de l'amicale des sapeurs pompiers de l' Aude
Cazilhac Vide grenier
Coursan vide grenier
Coursan Vide-grenier des sapeurs pompiers de coursan
Ginestas mega vide grenier
La Pomarède Vide greniers - Ecole de La Pomarède
Lagrasse Brocante vide grenier
Laurac Bourse aux vêtements enfants, puericulture, maternité,jouets
Limoux Vide grenier Associatif
Limoux vide grenier des supporters du xv
Limoux Mega vide grenier du tennis club de limoux
Mailhac Vide grenier marche du terroir ET EXPO DE VOITURES RETROS
Marseillette Vide grenier des écoles
Mirepeisset vide grenier
Moussan vide-grenier de la mjc de moussan
Narbonne Vide grenier et bourse d'échanges modélistes.
Narbonne vide grenier de st estauche
Narbonne Vide grenier du Refuge Arpan, Grand Narbonne
Narbonne brocante & vide-greniers GEANT-CASINO 62
Narbonne-Plage Vide-Grenier pour l'école Gaston Bonheur
Palaja vide-grenier du petanque club palajanais
Pieusse vide grenier A.P.E
Port-la-Nouvelle Vide Greniers des Sapeurs Pompiers de PLN
Prat-de-Cest vide-greniers
Puicheric Vide-grenier des Pompiers
Saint-André-de-Roquelongue vide grenier brocante bourse au jouet
Saint-Couat-d'Aude Vide grenier
Saint-Marcel sur Aude grand vide grenier du pétanque clubs saint marcellois
Saint-Martin-Lalande vide - greniers




Sigean Vide grenier des sapeurs pompiers de Sigean 
Sigean 4emes puces des couturieres 
Souilhanels 3 eme Vide grenier 
Trausse-Minervois 2ème vide jardin cave et grenier 
Ventenac-Cabardès Vide grenier de l'ecole 
Banat Vide grenier des ecoles banat/rabat 
Campagne-sur-Arize vide grenier 
Foix Vide grenier du COS de la mairie de Foix 
La Bastide-sur-l'Hers vide grenier du RPI La Bastide le Peyrat 
Loubières vide grenier 
Montferrier vide grenier 

Pamiers Marché et puces et à la brocantes 
Rieux-de-Pelleport vide Grenier 
Saint-Girons Les puces du champ de mars 
Saint-Jean-de-Verges Vide Atelier loisirs créatifs 
Saint-Jean-du-Falga vide grenier foire 
Saint-Quirc vide grenier 
Seix Marché aux fleurs - foire aux plantes 
Tarascon-sur-Ariège Vide grenier à Domicile
Samedi 24 Mai 2014 
Coursan (Aude - 11)vide grenier 
Limoux (Aude - 11)Fête du Printemps (Vide Grenier et Vide Jardin) 
Limoux (Aude - 11)vide grenier du tivoli petanque club 
Narbonne (Aude - 11)vide grenier de st estauche 
Ganac vide grenier des écoles de Brassac, Ganac et Saint Pierre 
Rieucros Bourse aux livres, dvd et jeux videos 
Saverdun Vide-Grenier / Brocante 
Dimanche 25 Mai 2014 
Argeliers Vide grenier du bsm 15 

Bize-Minervois Méga Vide Grenier "Fitiavana Madagascar" 
Carcassonne Vide grenier brocante
Carcassonne Vide Dressing de La Calandreta 
Castelnaudary Vide Grenier Du Foyer du Lycée Jean Durand 
Castelnaudary Brocante Quartier Mauléon 
Couiza vide grenier des écoles 
Coursan (Aude - 11)vide grenier 
Espéraza vide grenier du moto club les ripoux 
La Redorte (Aude - 11)VIDE GRENIER 
Narbonne vide grenier de st estauche 
Narbonne brocante & vide-greniers GEANT-CASINO 62 places Couvertes
Narbonne-Plage (Aude - 11)vide-grenier de la MJC 
Pennautier 10e Grand Vide Greniers de Pennautier en Fête
Quillan Vide-greniers 
Roullens vide grenier de l'ecole
Sainte-Eulalie 14 eme vide grenier
Tournissan vide grenier
Verdun-en-Lauragais vide grenier 
Pamiers (Marché et puces et à la brocantes)


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SAXON +SKID ROW 26 Nov Bikini Toulouse

DISNEY ON ICE 30 Jan 1 Feb Zenith Toulouse


















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




Give away items


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


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

Standard Display Advert - Corporate


Finished artwork to be 378 pixels by 200 pixels landscape

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


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

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