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Ashley Tinker

ashley tinkerAshley Tinker is a Canadian that moved to Provence two years ago with her British Francophile partner. She writes a blog called CuriousProvence where she shares her knowledge and discovery of local markets, food and culture. She has just bought a house in the beautiful village of Maussane-les-Alpilles where she and her partner will spend the next six months single-handedly renovating just about the entirety of their tiny historic property.

Sam Ford

Sam FordSam Ford is a Personal Trainer and Nordic Walking instructor, living in Barjac. She is also passionate about cooking. And using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients she hopes to inspire with her healthy, nutritious recipes! She came to France to run holistic health retreats for people affected by cancer, under her company ‘Nourish & Flourish Retreats’. A positive and supportive stepping-stone to healing after treatment and surgeries. She also offers massage, nutritional advice, cooking workshops and private catering. She’s pictured here with her Labrador, Bailey, whilst sailing on a friend’s boat.

Gorana Arnaud

Gorana PesaGorana Arnaud is a psychotherapist with a private practice in the centre of Montpellier. She studied psychology at the University of Durham in the UK and completed her post-graduate training at Montpellier University. Aside from her patients she teaches at a private psychoanalytical institute in Montpellier and supervises therapists-in-training. She also writes a bilingual blog about concerns in psychotherapy and counselling.


Suzie Rudling

suzie rudlingSuzie Rudling is a keen sportswoman, outdoor lover and traveller. She came to France a while ago now and taught EFL in companies in the North of France for many years. She now teaches for the Ministère de l’Agriculture and Nîmes University and contemplates the ever- changing scenery on the daily commute from the Bouches du Rhône. She has just discovered the virtues of being 'an oldie' in her first ever competitive trail. So come on, just get out there, too!

Brian Langston

brian langstonBrian Langston is a writer and brocanteur living in Hérault who can be found haunting the flea markets around Montpellier... usually buying more than he sells.

He lives in Lodève with his wife Jenny where he moved permanently in 2010 after retiring from the police. Although both originally from Wolverhampton, they lived near Windsor for over 25 years, where Brian was the Assistant Chief Constable for Thames Valley and had a strong connection with the area. He was honoured to receive the Queens Police Medal at Windsor Castle during the Queen’s birthday honours in 2008. Since retiring, he has been writing and doing some paranormal research into his old stomping grounds and has just completed his first book ‘True Ghosts and Ghouls of Windsor & Eton’ which will be published later this year.

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Janice Lert

janice lertJanice Lert lives in the town of Le Paradou in the Alpilles hills. She is an  American who married an Arlesian man in 1969 and has been living in Provence ever since. She has three daughters, all grown, and a grand-daughter. She was a French teacher in the US, and since moving to Provence has held a variety of jobs. Now partially retired, she still continues her main professional activities: guiding and translating. Her work as a guide for the Tourist Office in Arles has given her access to information in French about provençal monuments and culture not regularly available to English speakers. This is what she wants to share with you.