‘Village on a human scale’, ‘friendly’ … Valergues residents are proud of their town Hérault

Why do residents of Valergues love their town? Why don’t they see themselves living somewhere else?

Painter Nathan Linney, high school student, 16 years old

“I’m at 1st at Champollion High School in Lattes Multimedia Visual Communication Department and I was the Artists Spring winner and the poster design for the Valergues Summer Party. I love sharing parties with my friends. I love Valergues, love it, I grew up there, everyone knows each other, it’s Small. Right now, I don’t see myself living anywhere else, my friends and family live there.”

High school student Nathan Linney.
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Business Director Robert Jean-Philippe Mechanic

“I have always lived in Valergues, I am the fourth generation of Valerguois. I am married and father of two. I started as a mechanic in Montpellier, then set up my own company eight years ago in Lunel-Viel and opened on July 18, a brand new garage at 430 ZAC des Jasses in Valergues.

For nothing in the world, I will not leave values. My village is on a human scale: everyone knows each other, we have everything there, shops, and a doctor’s office. Great village center, greenery, bushes and more vines. At Valergues, we know how to celebrate, all generations come together and participate.”

Mechanic Robert Jean-Philippe.

Mechanic Robert Jean-Philippe.
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City Councilor Sandrine Dubois Lambert

Delegate for Early Childhood, Childhood and Youth, she is a community advisor to the Pays de l’Or and president of the National Federation of Pediatricians, based in Valergues. “I’ve lived in Valergues since 1996, because we wanted to live with my husband in a village on a human scale and close to a conglomerate. For something in the world, I wouldn’t move, I’m fine in Valergues, it’s the village where he lives well.”

Sandrine Dubois Lambert, municipal councilor.

Sandrine Dubois Lambert, municipal councilor.
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Craftsman Melody Valls, leather worker

Mélody Valls a native of Martigues, after training with the Compagnons du Devoir. For the past six years, I’ve settled in Valergues at 36 rue de Berbian as a leather worker. “I had the opportunity to acquire a fairly large building and I do not regret it. With other designers, we opened a shop in Montpellier ‘Pavanni’. Being in values ​​allows me to work calmly, to be creative. Values ​​is a village where there are local shops, where life is good and dynamic And very warm with beautiful votive festivities.”

Leather goods maker Melody Falls.

Leather goods maker Melody Falls.
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Farmers Carlos and Marcia Gomez, garden sellers

Carlos and Marcia Gomez arrived in France in 2000, and decided to create their own farm. Initially, Carlos will be single before his wife joins him in 2017. These gardeners are also watermelon and strawberry growers.

“The municipality of Valergues has helped us by putting us in touch with the sellers of farmland, they listen and do everything they can to help the young people who settle in them. And when we can, we participate in the life of the municipality, but we take it through our work, it’s hard, our daughters participate in the demonstrations.” It’s a very interesting village, pleasers are very welcoming and ready to help.”

Carlos and Marcia Gomez, garden sellers.

Carlos and Marcia Gomez, garden sellers.
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Reporters Sylvie and Manuel Azurin

“If there is a village where life is good, it is in Valergues. The village has managed to maintain a human size, with a young and dynamic population where Camargue traditions play an important role. Reporter for a few years, (September 1, 2016), my husband and I enjoy reporting on the news of Valerguise, Especially the cultural news with a dynamic team that offers selective programming.”

Sylvie and Manuel Azurin, reporter for Medilibre.

Sylvie and Manuel Azurin, reporter for Medilibre.
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