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There are many reasons why people move away from their home country: career opportunities, temporary expat job assignments, study, retirement, an improved quality of life, family commitments, second-home ownership or permanent emigration. Whatever the reason for moving, life in a new place can be unusual, complicated or just difficult. Whether you have been living abroad for ten years or you are just thinking about moving, AngloINFO is here to give you dependable support - whenever and wherever you need it.
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Find out what’s showing at the cinema, in English, throughout the Côte d'Azur. This week’s 12 different films include Magic in the Moonlight, Gone Girl and Hunting Elephants. Find out more...
Choose from 44 different things to do today, or from 123 future events on the Côte d’Azur. Or take your pick from 35 of today’s local markets! See more...
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Find out about the French and the international primary, secondary and university school systems. Read More...
Who to call and what to say in an emergency, including numbers for police, ambulance, fire and rescue.
How to make sure you stay on the right side of the law when you're driving in France. Read More...
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Bi-lingual English French College-Lycee in Nice; Strong cultural and educational values for children from 6eme to Terminal. Academic excellence and a warm and nuturing environment. A safe and...
Bilingual school with 50/50 English/French curriculum. Nursery from age 2,reception and primary education. Fully qualified French and English Teachers, small class sizes, high academic...
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- Gardens and Gardening, French Riviera
By October you might think that there is little left to enjoy in the garden but autumn fruits; that it’s time to dig the vegetable patch and cut back plants for the winter; that the season for visits is over. With most gardens you would be right, but this is far from the case at Fort F... Read moreby Ginny on October 30, 2014