This workcamp doesn’t consist of only one project, but is about participating in the different activities of the association. Still, one of the main activities of the association this summer will be geting involved in the mingling of the local kids through the local youth service. Participants will be mainly implicated in this project. Participants will also have the opportunity to tend to the local garden, and help enhance it with the creation of furniture using second hand and recovered materials.
The workcamp will be hosted in the house of the REV association. This house welcomes groups and volunteers all year long, and has a real “spirit”. The volunteers will sleep in a collective dormitory, and will have access to all necessities (a collective kitchen, bathroom, a couple of bikes, games and so on…).
Leisure activities: The village of Beauvoisin is located in Camargue, an area known for its wildlife and its specific local games and traditions. There will be a lot to discover! Moreover, during the workcamp, there will be local festivities in Beauvoisin concerning the traditional games of Camargue culture (that come from the local bulls farming tradition). Finally, Beauvoisin being located between Nimes and Montpellier, the participants will have the opportunity to discover these two major cities.
The REV is happy to welcome within its walls, an international workcamp in the next month of August. Participants will have the opportunity to get involved in different projects which are part of the daily life of the association: Mingling with the youth office in the local village, participation in the social aspect of the project, management of the local organic garden, and working on the hiking path. With this project, participants won’t be working on a specific and unique project, but mostly take part in several activities while discovering the local life of the association made of solidarity, international collective life and volunteering.
This project is supported by the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) and is reserved to French, German and Italy