In Bricqueville-sur-Mer, students repainted the Vanlée cabins

In Bricqueville-sur-Mer, students repainted the Vanlée cabins
In Bricqueville-sur-Mer, students repainted the Vanlée cabins

In November 2023, a group of schoolchildren from the Jean-Monnet school in Bréhal (Manche) undertook to repaint around fifteen cabins located on the dune cord of the Vanlée harbour. Due to lack of time, some had not been processed, this has been done since last weekend.

The project was built in conjunction with the owners of the cabins and the town halls of Bréhal and Bricqueville, and with the green light from state services. , indicates Fabrice Croci, teacher. With Corinne Lariau, director of the Jean-Monnet school, he was the one who supervised the young people. Concerning the colors, we chose pastel shades to promote the landscape integration of each of the cabins. The owners appreciated .

Cabins from the 1950s and 1960s

The children also repaired the damage caused by the storm Ciaran . Just after the end of the first part of the project, when the paint had just been applied, the wind threw enormous quantities of sand onto the most exposed facades. We had to redo them .

Concerning logistics, Super U, with a financial contribution, and Maison.fr, for equipment, provided their assistance. Fabrice Croci also took advantage of this painting operation to explain to young people the presence of these cabins: Many think they were sheepfolds. It is not so. Installed in the 1950s and 1960s, they were used as vacation resorts or to store fishing equipment .

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