IT'S not often you see Bonfire Night celebrated in France, but that's what the village of Le Boulvé, in the Lot, will be doing on November 7.
Le Grand Feu de Guy Fawkes has been organised by the newly-formed local association, Le Boulvé International, where a bonfire, traditional foods (pumpkin soup, jacket potatoes and parkin) and fireworks will be the highlights of the evening.
The evening’s entertainment starts at 7.30pm and will be held in the car park near the centre of Le Boulve – between Caumon Grillage and the Mairie, where there is also a shelter should there be any rain.
A free drink – mulled wine, beer or non-alcoholic - is included in the price and there will also be a bar on the night, with an entrance fee of €12 for adults and €6 for children (free for under fives).
For more information or to make a reservation, please call: 05 65 22 71 64, or email: email@example.com
PS - for a little background on where the cool looking Guy Fawkes cartoon came from see Ross Penwill-Cook's Becoming a Cartoonist website.