The story of an Indian boy named Pi, a zookeeper’s son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwreck sets them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.
Housed right next to St John’s Gate, the English library moved next to the second medieval gate, the Puycharraud Gate, in a beautiful setting of old stones. Visit the location page for more detail.
Brocante items are now for sale on display in the library and upstairs in the meeting room, items are purchased by a donation to library funds. We have a brocante to raise funds for the library with brocante items donated by the members. We welcome your donations which MUST be taken upstairs and given to the librarian. All brocante donations should be in good, clean condition but we cannot accept any electrical items. Thank you for your donations, please contact a Conseil member via button above for further information if required.
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