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Filled with the latest exclusive content including Stories, Events and Videos plus Coup de Coeur – a video diary of what the Editor’s been up to this month and her recommendations and hidden gems, the newsletter is incredibly popular with our Members.

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This month’s video diary is provided by none other than magazine Editor, Justin Postlethwaite – He kept the promise he made during our live event! We also bring you our new app so you can read the magazine on the go…

Despite the grey and rainy weather, I’ve had quite a few adventures, indulging in delightful meals, exploring a new brocante and learning about the D-Day landings and William the Conqueror’s ship.

Travellers to France this year have picked a great time to come because there are so many celebrations and incredible events to look forward to and Paris is going to be the place to be for many of those.

While I love a good snowy landscape, I’m definitely more of a summer person and I’m craving the warmth of the sun. I’ve particularly loved the stories we’ve featured lately, including the stunning Terrasses du Larzac and cycling in the Riviera.

I’ve been abroad for most of the month for work so I’ve been missing France dearly. Being away from home makes you realise what you take for granted in your daily routine and, it may sound cliché, but I really do miss the bakeries!

With a roadtrip in mind, I thought I’d check out this vintage, foldable caravan that turned out to be a French icon! Another champion of French authenticity is Xavier Denamur, Parisian bistro owner. His fascinating interview got me craving for a weekend in Paris spent watching the world go by from a real café parisien.

As much as I’ve enjoyed summer, I’m also looking forward to the cosiness of autumn. As the nights draw in I’ll be making the most of our library of Stories and Videos as well as flicking through the Magazine with a cup of tea or perhaps a glass of wine in hand, and I strongly suggest you do the same!