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Be the king of your own castle in 2018 with these French châteaux​

by Fleur Buckley, Property Services Manager, FrenchEntrée

As youngsters, many of us dream of living in a grand castle when we grow up. Most people’s ambitions change as they age, but for some, that fairytale never fades – and that’s where France’s plentiful châteaux come into play.

Of course, owning your own castle isn’t cheap, […]

Driving to France? Check if you need a new emissions sticker to avoid a possible £100+ fine

By Faye Lipson, News Reporter MSE News

f you’re planning to drive to France and go through Paris, Lyon or Grenoble, beware. New rules mean you’re likely to need to display a vehicle emissions sticker on your windscreen, while older cars could be banned altogether at certain times.

The three French cities have introduced the […]

New routes from Ryanair confirmed

Andrew Cowan (Manchester Airports Group) and David O’Brien (Ryanair) announcing a new growth deal at London Stansted Airport.

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, announced on January 12th a new growth deal with Manchester Airports Group (MAG) which will deliver 9 new London Stansted routes, including a daily service to Naples and a three times […]

Practicalities of Brexit for employees

by David Anderson

This article is for general information only. You should only act or refrain from acting after receiving full professional advice on the facts of your particular case. This article is for general information and does not constitute investment advice. Always consult an IFA.

December 27th, 2016 | Tags: , , | Category: Financial Matters, Living in France, Things that affect us | Leave a comment

UK employees moving to France

by David Anderson, Sykes Anderson Perry Limited Solicitors London

This article is for general information only. French law is a highly specialised area and you should only act or refrain from acting after receiving full professional advice on the facts of your particular case. This article is for general […]

What you need to know about pensions today

By Rob Kay, Senior Partner, Blevins Franks

Pensions are complex, yet often the cornerstone of a comfortable retirement. Today, with Brexit looming and more options than ever for what you can do with your funds, it is difficult to establish the best approach – there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution.

Here, we take […]

Three months after the referendum, the figures suggest no Brexit effect

Leggett Immobilier, has released their sales figures: the number of properties sold to British clients between July and October 2016 is equal to last year’s figures during the same period of time.

Leggett Immobilier, the French Estate Agency, was created in the Dordogne nearly 20 years ago and is the first stop for British buyers […]

Geocaching lining up for the walking season

Some of the background to Geocaching, a reason to walk . . .

On March 24, 2009, Jon Stanley (username: Moun10Bike) stood on 5th Avenue in downtown Seattle, WA. He snapped a selfie before walking into the nondescript office across the street. It was Jon’s first day at a new job.

Jon’s first day at […]

S.O.C. (save our cricket)

Midi CC needs to find a new ground

Midi CC has just celebrated its 10th anniversary but is now it’s a club in crisis and needs your help.

Sadly, they will lose their ground at St Pons de Mauchiens at the end of this season.

The club committee has decided it cannot share the oval […]

British citizens living in EU granted leave to appeal in Brexit challenge

3 May 2016

The High Court has given permission for lawyers acting for two British citizens, fighting a legal battle for the right to vote in the EU Referendum, to take their case to the Court of Appeal.

On Thursday (28 April 2016) two High Court judges rejected the legal challenge taken by 94-year-old Harry […]