Volunteering at La Mothe Chandeniers

Its oldest parts were constructed in the early 13th century by its owners, the Bauçay family. It was taken twice by the English in the Middle Ages and was ransacked during the French Revolution. In 1809, it was bought by a rich Parisian businessman, François Hennecart, who restored the building and planted a vineyard in the grounds, but retained much of the original medieval building.
It was such a wonderful experience to work with other volunteers to restore this magical castle
Four course lunch after working hard on the castle grounds
JC Aviateur is a dynamic force of nature. I am so grateful to him for helping me to integrate with such a wonderful group of volunteers.
The courtyard of the L'Orangerie, one of the castle's manor houses. Volunteer come together to move Lions
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