I do my bit
“The best waste is that which is not produced”. By reducing our waste we can say loud and clear: I do my bit. My name is Fredérique, living in Queyrac
for more than 40 years, married and a mother of two big boys aged 20 and 13. Secretary, accountant, I later worked in sales at a supermarket. Shortly
after the arrival of my first son, I decided I would like to spend more time with my family and I became a nanny...
Arrived in Médoc - A European Round Table
During the last months, we have received numerous requests from people (see our guestbook) who have recently settled in Médoc. Newcomers would like
to know how to get information that could help them participate in local activities. Their requests have made us think about what possibilities we
have as "Médoc actif" to support the newcomers...
My sisters and I grew up playing with second-hand dolls and home-made toys in the beautiful Tasmanian natural environment. I love the satisfaction
of repairing and reusing discarded items to give them a new lease on life. Always a creative person and looking for a creative project between looking
after my young daughter and looking for employment I began finding unwanted and discarded fashion dolls in the tip shops, op shops and second-hand m
arkets of southern Tasmania...
Water Towers as Works of Art
These structures designed for storing water are generally placed at a geographical high point to allow the water to be distributed under pressure. The
majority of them are made of concrete blocks which hardly gives these imposing buildings any aesthetic appeal...