Continuation of the rehabilitation work of the South Wing of the House of the Knights, house of the Renaissance period whose superb facade constitutes one of the monumental jewels of the town. With this in mind, the young people involved in the project this year will be mobilized on various necessary and visible interventions, in continuity with the work carried out during the summer of 2018: stone cutting of a frame to close a door, the installation of the cellar basement, the finalization of the coating of the vault (cellar).But also, the clearing of the backyard leveling of the ground, to make easy the evacuation of rainwater in the yard.Pursuing work on exhibition spaces at the Cite Blanche. This former working-class city dates back to the end of the 19th, listed in the supplementary inventory of Historical Monuments, houses an interpretation center, on the working life in the city, the history of the factory and work in the quarries, the technique of tile-mosaic, but also roofing, the work of stone and wood. The work planned as part of Jeunesse en chantier 2019, aims to improve exhibition spaces and the reception of visitors. In a concern for comfort of visit, the young people will also be charged to arrange a way in the back of the city, today condemned by the vegetation.
You will be hosted in the city center, in a building with kitchen, shower, WC. For you to sleep, Jeunesse and Reconstruction will provide mattresses to be put on the floor, but do not forget to bring your sleeping bag, and bed sheet The meals will be cooked together, and you will be asked to do the domestic chores (cooking, dish washing, cleaning-). Don t forget to bring ingredients and recipes from your country to show your country s gastronomy to the other volunteers and the inhabitants. Careful: we will not be able to host you if you arrive before the starting date or of you stay after If necessary, there is a campsite, at your expense: Camping Rochecondrie, RD 86 07220 VIVIERS – 00 33 4 75 52 74 66
Viviers is a beautiful city of 4.000 inhabitants and overlooks the Rhone Valley. It has an important architectural heritage and a very good and warm weather. You will have the opportunity to share a lot of meetings with local population and young people concerned by their patrimony. Cultural discoveries and good atmosphere are surely guaranteed Special evenings and meals will be organised during the workcamp. Along with the local volunteers, you will discover the region: visits of the old city and historical sites of the surroundings, markets, hiking, kayaking of the Ardeche river, nautical base – The local people are very enthusiastic to welcome international volunteers, therefore we are expecting volunteers who are willing to exchange You will be asked to organise a big international meal for the inhabitants during your stay, do not forget to bring food but also recipes from your country, photos, little objects, costumes, etc-in order to spread your traditions and culture More information about Viviers: http://www.mairie-viviers.fr/fr/; and the CICP : http://www.cicp-viviers.com/fr/
If you are an architectural heritage lovers, this camp is made for you A great workcamp is organised, with historical discoveries and friendly meetings. Located in Viviers, splendid little town in Ardeche near the Rhone river, the CICP (International center of construction and patrimony) is an association which is very active in the promotion of the region s heritage. The association s volunteers refurbish and animate several historical sites, especially a large dwelling from the Renaissance period located in the city center and a former worker s housing. In partnership with Viviers town hall, workcamps took place these past 3 years. Viviers and the CICP decided to welcome again an international team from the association Jeunesse et Reconstruction. Local people will take part in this project and will be happy to make you discover their city and its surroundings. For information about Viviers : http://www.marie-viviers.fr/fr; about the CICP : http://www/cicp-viviers.com/fr
1/No special knowledge or competence is required for this camp, except being motivated, curious and loving work in group 2/Our association does not provide a car during the workcamp. 3/ European volunteers should bring their European health care card, and everybody must, in any case, BRING THEIR INSURANCE CERTIFICATE. If health issues on the camp, the volunteers will have to pay for it, and then get reimbursed once back in the home country. 4/ Things to bring as your are going to live in very simple conditions :a flashlight, a sleeping bag, warm clothes (a sweater and rain-coat), a bathing suit. For male volunteers : short pants are generally prohibited in the public swimming pools in France, please bring a bathing suit. For work : worn out clothes and strong shoes. If you have work gloves you can bring them too. Also take walking shoes. 5/ Your games, musics, musical instruments and recipes, will be also welcome To make exchanges and encounters easier, please also bring photographs of your home, some postcards, maps or else, to be able to talk about your country.6/ If you have your driving licence, please, take it with you (may be useful in some areas). 7/ The association will not take care of the return journey from the workcamp place to the train station. 4/ more information about the trains: www.voyages-sncf.com8/ It is no longer allowed to change foreign traveller s checks into money in the French banks : think about doing it in the foreign exchange counter (airport, stations, big cities) BEFORE arriving to the workcamp
Chantier ouvert aux francais a partir de 17 ans