An insight into village life in France

An insight into village life in France

Are you tempted to start a new life in a beautiful village in France? If so, you’re not alone. Many British people, myself included, have done just that and if you asked them if they had any regrets, the majority would say “only that I didn’t do it earlier”.
How to prepare your French property for winter

How to prepare your French property for winter

One of the joys for expats relocating to France is affordable property prices. As a result, several of us now live in properties that we might have only dreamt of owning in the UK. Larger houses and areas of land contribute to wonderful new lifestyles. But with them, comes maintenance and upkeep. Never more so than in the run up to winter in France.
Relocating to France since Brexit

Relocating to France since Brexit

Since Brexit, the process of moving to France has become more complicated. Under the 90-day rule, if you wish to stay for longer than 90-days at one time, or within a six-month period, you will need a visa. Over the next few weeks, we will cover visas in more detail but in this article, we look primarily at visas for those who would like to work in France, or maybe work for a company back in the UK.
10 reasons why expats love France

10 reasons why expats love France

France, our nearest neighbour, has long been a top favourite when it comes to buying property abroad. Some say there is an enduring love affair between our 2 countries and it is easy to see why.
Living the good life in France – Stoney Oak Family Farm

Living the good life in France – Stoney Oak Family Farm

Some people looking to start their new life in France, arrive as retirees. Perhaps searching for a change of lifestyle and to live out their golden years in a peace. But others still have to work. And sometimes, despite best-laid plans, life can start to take you in completely different directions than you originally envisaged.

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