Frankrijk | Natuur en constructie
Dit is een tienerproject (15 t/m 17 jaar). Samen met 15 andere vrijwilligers ga je voor 14 dagen naar een natuur en constructieproject.
Het project duurt van 10 t/m 24 augustus.
Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van € 165.
Two types of work are proposed: – A large part of brush cutting to create a viewpoint between the church facing the park and the ruins of the castle. – A small work of masonry on valves allowing one’s Aa branch regulation, which suffered from harsh weather.
You will sleep under tents separated for boys and girls, at the football stadium, which will serve for all daily life needs: kitchen, bathrooms…The group will be sharing the cleaning chores and preparing meals together.
Hallines is located near St Omer in the Pas de Calais (Hauts-de-France region) midway between Lille and the Opal Coast. St Omer is a town with a rich history and the heart of the beautiful marsh of Audomarois internationally recognized.
The village of Hallines owns in its center a huge park called Parc Dambricourt, nowadays closed to the public. It hosts the ruins of a castle and a bunker, both built during the WWII. The bunker was networking with the launch pad of V1 and V2 German missiles, which attacked London, Anvers or even Paris. The park is moreover crossed by the Aa, smallest coastal river of France. As part of a public partnership, the City Council is currently in process of acquiring this wasteland and wants to transform it into a public park. Thanks to the workcamp, the City Council hopes that the inhabitants will re-appropriate this space. More informations : http://www.lavoixdunord.fr/298268/article/2018-01-16/le-parc-dambricourt-pourrait-devenir-un-jardin-public
Bring working clothes and shoes. For the accommodation under tents, bring your sleeping bag and floor mat. Please feel free to bring some food specialties, pictures, musical instrument: things you like and want to share with the group and the local community!
18 t/m 99 jaar