The rumours have been rife, as always with the C-word, but following a meeting yesterday, 13th January, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced this evening, 14th January, details of the decisions made, including bringing the curfew forward to 6pm.
A press release from the British Embassy released on Friday 8th January outlines new measures to bolster existing border measures.
The British Ambassador to France, Ed Llewellyn, shares the latest information on French-British relations in the Embassy newsletter, Voisins Voices.
Le Tour de France is coming to the P-O for the first time since 2009. Stage 15 on the 11th July 2021 is classed as a mountain stage, starting in our very own Céret and climbing 192km to the finish line in Andorra
Access without charge for eyes, ears and teeth
Sauv’Life- an app that could be a matter of life or death will guide volunteers in the viccinty to administer emergency first aid to heart attack sufferers
Under the current confinement restrictions, dining sur place is no longer an option but you can still enjoy tasty, chef-prepared cuisine, and support our local restauranteurs, by ordering dishes à emporter. It’s a win-win situation! P-O Life reader, Peter Spencer from le Boulou, has very kindly compiled a list of restaurants offering take-away and/or delivery services.
Every month the British Ambassador to France, Ed Llewellyn, shares an insight into his role and all of the latest information regarding Britons in France. Here is his December column.
The obelisk in Port Vendres was actually erected in 1783 to commemorate the Independence of the USA.
To help keep English-speaking residents and visitors to the region informed on Covid 19, CSF Languedoc have been sharing bulletins of extremely useful information.