Normandy Fire Fighters on Way to Typhoon Struck Philippines

Normandy Fire Fighters on Way to Typhoon Struck Philippines

Humanitarian fire fighters based in Normandy are in the Philippines to help with the aftermath of the typhoon that has killed thousands and devastated whole towns. A week after the catastrophe struck a team of three fire fighters based … [Read more...]

Parents and Teachers in Normandy Protest Against Primary School Changes

Protest Against Primary School Changes

Parents and primary teachers throughout Normandy are protesting against plans to introduce classes on Wednesdays and say the changes need to be more user friendly. They are concerned that suddenly introducing a four and a half day week … [Read more...]

Normandy to Lead the Way in France’s New Offshore Energy Sector

Normandy to Lead the Way in France’s New Offshore Energy Sector

French President Francois Hollande has launched France’s tidal energy programme in Normandy as part of the creation of a new industrial offshore renewable sector. The scheme could see giant wave turbines installed in offshore energy … [Read more...]

Brittany Ferries Plans Ahead for 2014

Brittany Ferries Plans Ahead for 2014

Cross Channel ferry company Brittany Ferries has published its sailing schedule for crossings to and from Normandy up until autumn 2014. The firm said that it wants to let customers plan their Christmas getaways, spring breaks and summer … [Read more...]

News In Brief: Luge, Gay Marriage, Ticket Deal, Dead Fish, Guide Dogs

News In Brief: Luge, Gay Marriage, Ticket Deal, Dead Fish, Guide Dogs

Normandy’s First Luge Famous for introducing the bungee jump to the world, A J Hackett has now added a luge to its site in Normandy that is suitable for all the family. The one kilometre long luge is the first of its kind in the … [Read more...]