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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout Brittany. This week’s 10 different films include Far from the Madding Crowd, Love & Mercy and Il racconto dei racconti. Find out more...
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- French Impressions, Brittany
It's been all go at La Puce HQ as George at last makes a start on his latest book in our French Impressions regional series, which will feature Lower Normandy. Meanwhile I am busy organising an on-board book-signing for next month which Brittany Ferries are staging.
Basically, George and I will ... Read moreby Geo & Donella on July 6, 2015