Millions of Euros to be Spent Developing Tidal Energy Industry in Normandy

Renewable Energy Industry

Normandy is set to play an important role in the development of wave power with the ports of Cherbourg and Caen-Ouistreham undergoing a multi million euro expansion and hundreds of jobs being created. The ports will play a key role in the … [Read more...]

British Ambassador attends Normandy Impressionism Festival Grand Opening

Impressionism Festival

The British ambassador to France, Sir Peter Ricketts, was among the group of dignitaries that attended the official opening of the Normandy Impressionism Festival at the weekend. He attended the event at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rouen … [Read more...]

New Tiger Cubs at Normandy Zoo

They are still soft and cuddly, but the new baby tigers born at Champreprus Zoo near Villedieu-les-Poeles in Normandy are making life difficult for their mum. Argo et Djhala, born on the 16 February, are proving to be quite a handful for … [Read more...]

Tourist Officials Say They Will Re-think D-Day Beaches Blunder

Blundering tourism officials are to re-think a new tourism trail taking in the D-Day landing beaches in Normandy after they erased important sectors of the World War Two landings area. Six tourist offices in Normandy Bayeux, Sainte Mere … [Read more...]

Disappointment as Hollande ‘Snubs’ Normandy Festival

Monet Bridge scene

French President François Hollande has apparently pulled out of opening the Normandy Impressionism festival this weekend after anti gay marriage protestors said they would stage a demonstration outside the Beaux Arts Museum in … [Read more...]