Frankrijk | Restauratie

Samen met 8 andere vrijwilligers ga je voor 18 dagen naar een restauratieproject.
Het project duurt van 17 augustus t/m 4 september.

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This year, the objective of the workcamp will be to continue the restoration of the cottage. You will be introduced to and trained in the techniques of traditional masonry and woodworking. These activities will be carried out under the guidance of the association's volunteers, who have vast experience with these techniques.
In a yurt next to the cottage! The food ingredients will be provided and you will take care of preparing the meals.
Béceleuf, Deux-Sèvres, 20 km north of Niort. Leisure activities: Convinced by the richness of this cultural experience, hosts will organize excursions in the region and animations with the local residents, such as: visits to the Poitevin marsh, concerts, art exhibitions, and time at the swimming pool. You will also be able to visit the ocean in the towns of La Rochelle, Poitiers, Niort, etc.
The cottage is located in Béceleuf, a small village near the Poitevin Marsh, located 70 km from the Atlantic ocean, between Nantes and Bordeaux. Rochard is an old farmhouse converted into a rustic cottage by an association that hosts groups of children, hikers and campers in a yurt. This place, surrounded by nature, respects the environment and demonstrates an approach to sustainable development. Thus, various projects have been organized by the Association of Camping Club of Deux-Sevres, including the establishment of a phyto-purification tank and dry toilets adapted for communities, in the context of past international workcamps. This association is a loyal partner of Solidarité Jeunesses Poitou-Charentes, and it celebrated it's 10th international workcamp in 2017!





Soort werk





Aantal vrijwilligers

9 (4 mannen en 5 vrouwen)


18 t/m 90 jaar



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