new in the village but not new at workaway, before you came to me in the farm. since 2015 i live seperated with my girl and like I said since 2019 in this nice little village at the countryside. To be clear i'm not looking for unpaid employees!, but someone who like te be in france, learn about dutch people and their sometimes strange habbits and food 🙂 and the area we live in. In exchange for your stay help me tidying up in and around the house. we prefer also woman/girls and no smokers! We have 2 cats and i'm sorry no space for other anymals
they could learn few languages...anglais, french, dutch, german, how to go allong with no money....they can see and learn from dutch improvisation, understand how we do things in france dutch way :)
hi, i offer you my help with language practise in German, French, Dutch and English in return for help in the household, (r seperated and single mom now) and have shared custody with my ex
dutch, french, english, german
You will stay in a room
we live in Ambernac:
Ambernac is a commune in the Charente department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region of south-western France.
The commune of Ambernac is located in the north-east of the department of Charente on the western edge of the Country of Charente Limousine. It belongs to the Community of communes of Confolentais.
It is located 10 km west of Confolens and 11 km north-east of Saint-Claud. It is also 47 km from Angouleme - the prefecture, 10 km from Champagne-Mouton, 10 km from Roumazières-Loubert, and 6 km from Saint-Laurent-de-Céris.
The D951, the Route d'Angouleme road from Confolens to Gueret and the link road to the Route Central-Europe Atlantic, passes through the south of the commune 4 km south of the village. The village is served by several small regional roads: the D169 from Roumazières to Alloue and Épenède, D170 from Manot in Champagne-Mouton, the D174 to Saint-Laurent-de-Céris, and the D313 east to Confolens.
The nearest railway station is at Roumazières and it is served by the TER service between Angouleme and Limoges.
Andebrenaco was inhabited by the Lemovici. It was subdued by Julius Caesar in 51 BC during his 8th campagne and it was a Gallo-Roman Viguerie. He had a certain importance during the tome of the Merovingians due to the existence of a lead mine at Chéronies and a mint. The village became the medieval seat of an archpriest who benefited from royal largesse.
The old Roman road from Angouleme to Bourges via Argenton passes 1.3 km to the south-east of the town. One portion was found between Luxérat and La Vallade as well as at Chez Pasquet. A milestone with a Roman inscription was discovered in the old cemetery and was probably located on the old road. It can be seen at the Archaeological museum of Angouleme.
Ambernac was part of the former province of Limousin and the Limousin dialect of Occitan is spoken in the commune.
Praisnaud Castle was home of the Babaud family and was mentioned in the 16th century. A lower Puynode Castle would also have existed at that time.
Jean-Baptiste-Barbaud Praisnaud was sub-prefect from 1831 to 1848 during the July Monarchy.
Leonid Barbaud-Praisnaud was an MP in 1848 then was prefect for Charente in 1871.
Antoine-Barbaud Lacroze was an MP and his son Léonide was State Councillor and Senator.
There existed a tile works (present in the Land Registry in 1835) and lime kilns at Chéronnies. There was also a windmill: the "Moulin Ambernac".
In 1935, the actor Noël-Noël bought Praisnaud and he enlisted in the maquis during the Second World War.
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