The international volunteers will participate in various tasks on the territory of the village : restoration of the door Capsol (initiated in 2018) intervention on the second half of this restoration, cleaning and beautification of the Mariniers street, fixing of plaster joints on some walls, painting of the church St Pierre and an adjacent door, restoration of a wall near the church Notre Dame (work of small masonry on the external walls, restoration of stones and brushing), restoration of the wall of the cemetery of the church of Fage, work of small masonry on the walls of the cemetery, putting back of stones and cleaning. A retired craftsman will supervise this site again this year and will be full of ressources to make you love those stones as much as he does/
You will sleep under tents in the village camping. You will have access to the locker rooms of the campsite (showers and toilets) as well as a cooking area for your meals. You will make your own meals: feel free to bring some specialties or recipes from your country to be shared with the rest of the group You will be required to participate in daily tasks (kitchen, dishes, cleaning etc.). The association can not take care of you if you arrive before the starting date of the camp or if you choose to stay a little longer.
Luzech is a villagethat has a rich network of local organizations, the inhabitants are mobilized to make their village lively and organize many events. With about 1500 inhabitants Luzech has all the necessary equipments for leisure activities. You will be able to participate in the various events that will be held in the village, while discovering the surroundings. The natural riches of the Lot will invite you to beautiful walks among the vineyards. You will have the opportunity to discover the surroundings with the village of Rocamadour, and the charmof Padirac.You can get more information about location herehttp://www.ville-luzech.fr/accueil-tourisme-luzech/infos-contact-ot-luzech.html
Luzech is located in the Lot department in the heart of the Cahors wine region, this town will host this year its first international volunteer project It is surrounded by the River Lot and forms a peninsula. At the top of this rock were erected different citadels, and castles over the years. Luzech has inherited a rich historical heritage, which is maintained by the city and its volunteers. Local associations participate in the animation of this city and do not hesitate to exchange around the shared gardens located below the Luzech tower.
MINIMUM AGE: 18 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