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Patrick Pawliczek, pottery

Patrick Pawliczek Having studied at the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux, then in Paris, I discovered pottery in the 2000s. So I trained at the Institute of French Ceramics in Sèvres, and went on a course in Japan (Ischoken School in Tajimi) before opening my own studio in Paris...
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Correspondent for the Journal du Médoc

correspondant-journal-du-medoc I’m often asked why I participate in the adventure that is the Journal du Médoc, and what motivates me to pick up my pen in this so sympathetic weekly newspaper. Frankly, over the three years that I have been the local correspondent for the commune of Arsac, I’ve never posed the question myself. I really should give a reply!..
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Coronavirus masks – we play our part

Never without my Attestation I recently sold my sewing machine - following a move to a smaller flat – a machine which my grandmother had given to me as a wedding gift. I thought I would have no further use for it, but I had been using it for such a long time that it was not easy to part with it. And now we have coronavirus...
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Never without my Attestation

Never without my Attestation Ten days ago I spoke in my blog, rather ironically, on the effects of the coronavirus. Since then the situation has deteriorated in France, and also in Germany. Yesterday evening, and for the second time in the space of a week, the President addressed his « compatriots », his fellow citizens. TV, and also radio, has retransmitted the 20 minutes of his speech, and we listened, sitting in our kitchen...
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I do my bit

I do my bit “The best waste is that which is not produced”. By reducing our waste we can say loud and clear: I do my bit. My name is Fredérique, living in Queyrac for more than 40 years, married and a mother of two big boys aged 20 and 13. Secretary, accountant, I later worked in sales at a supermarket. Shortly after the arrival of my first son, I decided I would like to spend more time with my family and I became a nanny...
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