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An eye for detail: Meet artist Gill Shaw

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Lot of Livin’, Dordogne

Last week I wrote here about Geraldine Jones, an artist who uses dyes derived from plants to create her fabric art. This week, I profile Gill Shaw, another talented artist who also finds inspiration in nature. Shaw's husband's profession as an architect, took the couple to Nairobi, Kenya, Tanzani... Read more

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Water Restrictions for Dept 24 and 47

Water use for agriculture is very restricted and lawns should not be watered at any time.
Dordogne order
Lot-et-Garonne order
The restrictions may stay in place until 31st October unless water table levels improve.


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  • Sunset: 20:36
  • The Weather:
    15.8°C (60°F) and Clear Peyrignac (Last Updated on September 2, 10:05 AM CEST)

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