Plougonvelin. Residents of Mouettes are having a “little splurge”

Plougonvelin. Residents of Mouettes are having a “little splurge”
Plougonvelin. Residents of Mouettes are having a “little splurge”

Who said music festivals are only for young people? Not the residents of Les Mouettes du Trez Hir in any case!

On Sunday, they surveyed the Petites Folies site in Lampaul-Plouarzel. An atypical outing for seniors who were able to do a few dance steps during the LEJ concert It was a real pleasure to find ourselves in the heart of the festival, among festival-goers amazed to see elderly people sharing moments of happiness confides host Anne Merer.

In addition to the musical program, our festival-goers of the day took a detour to the central bar, where they could see their works exhibited. Because for three months, residents have been on the war footing to contribute to the creation of decorations for the festival. This workshop, called “Grain de Folie”, even received the support and visit of Gilles Kérébel, the president of the Petites Folies association and Liza Le Guen. Everyone pitched in to be ready a week before the festival, residents, volunteers who came as reinforcements and colleagues all proud to take part in this adventure. relates the host who, with her colleagues Stéphan Lamure and Agnès Mauxion, carried out this intergenerational project.

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