Nature, disability, hiking, posters, agriculture… What is happening in Haute-Vienne?

On Saturday, September 24, Acca de Rilhac-Lastours is organizing a deer bell night: 5:30 pm, conference led by Audray Coudert, nature animator for the federation of hunters; 7:00 pm, plated meal with free-range pork (€15); 20:30, walk along the forest paths in search of a slab.

Meeting from 5:30 pm at the town hall of Rilhac-Lastours. Information and reservations on, or, or


On Sunday, September 25, the Midwest Guide Dog School opens its doors from 2pm to 6pm. The opportunity to discover the world of guide dogs and visit the site, 105, rue du Cavou in Landouge.

In the program: recreational and educational workshops, demonstrations, exchanges with the various members of the association, including the visually impaired and their four-legged friends, but also with host families. Visitors will also be able to meet Soccer, the dog that will be sponsored during this day.
It should be noted that La Poste issues a stamp in honor of the work carried out by the actors of the guide dog movement on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the French Federation. guide dog associations for the blind and federated associations. It will be possible to get it in preview on Friday, September 23, at 2 pm, at La Poste de Limoges-Brantôme, 38 rue Brantôme, where Sylvie Morliéras, president of the Center-West guide dog association and master of guide dogs. The sale of the stamp will take place from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 13:30 to 18:00, and on Saturdays from 9:00 to 12:00.


APOSNO, the organizing association of the National Sheep Show, is relaunching its poster competition as part of the 13th edition of Tech-Ovin, taking place September 6-7, 2023 in Bellac. It is possible to participate in the creation of the visual in relation to this year’s theme, “Sheep farming, crafts, preserved territories”.

This contest is open to everyone: breeders, students, technicians and others. More information on the website or the possibility to request the registration form at [email protected] Production must be shipped before December 11, 2022. A jury will meet to choose the best poster that will promote the entire Tech-Ovin show. It will be included in all communication documents (programme, catalogue, website, etc.) and distributed nationally. The competition is endowed with a €1,000 bonus : 1st 700€, 2nd 200€ and 3rd 100€.

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– On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the “Vivons en forme” program, on Saturday, September 24, the children’s municipal council of Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche is organizing a nature walk. Two laps are available to choose from: one of 9.5 km and the other of 5 km. Departure from the Marcel-de-Laborderie stadium in Saint-Yrieix at 2:30 pm.
Free and open to everyone. Nature game on the way and snack offered at 4 pm.

– As part of the “48 hours of nature”, astroblème Rochechouart-Chassenon organizes two animated walks: Saturday, September 24, from 2 pm to 5:30 pm/6 pm, geo-tour with the theme “Under my feet… an impact crater”; participants will discover landscapes where an asteroid strike left traces more than 200 million years ago; this 7-8 km walk will leave at 2 pm from Maison de la Réserve, 16, rue Jean-Parvy in Rochechouart. In the registry. Free.

And on Sunday the 25th, a 7 to 8 km walk, the same program as Saturday, with a little botany and a bit of entomology to get to know insects. Meeting in the village of Valette, commune of Pressignac at 2 pm. On registration, free. Contact:


A class of BTS students at Magnac-Laval Agricultural High School is organizing a series of events to raise funds for the fight against cancer. : Saturday, September 24, from 8:30 pm, lottery at Rocher town hall; Wednesday, October 12, dedicated fair at the school (Château de Magnac-Laval), with many speakers to explain their work, their experiences and helping the sick, activities (carriage rides, for example), recovery of donations from hair collected by a wigmaker from the Fake hair don’t care association to redistribute wigs at cheaper prices to those in need; sales of wristbands in various markets; possible donations in Leetchi.
The students created a page on Facebook and another on Instagram.


Fromental City Council is hosting an exhibition entitled A bit of life from the inhabitants of Fromental, 1870-1970.

It will be visible on Saturday, September 24, from 10 am to 12 pm and from 3 pm to 6 pm; Sunday, September 25, from 3 pm to 7 pm; Monday, September 26, to Friday, September 30, from 2 pm to 5 pm and Saturday, October 1, from 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm.


Julie and Christophe Chauvigne, from Ferme de la Pensée sauvage, 36, route de Bellac in Saint-Brice-sur-Vienne, open their doors on Saturday, September 24, from 1:30 pm to 6 pm.

The event will allow visitors and families to get to know the farm, the producers and the animals. “We want to talk to the public about our farming practices and make them aware of local farming that respects the environment,” says Julie. Various visits and activities will be offered: at 2 pm, visit to the farm and tasting of products, at 3 pm, feeding the farm animals and at 4:30 pm, visit to the farm and tasting of products. You can also find a small market on site with local producers and artisans.

It is advisable to book visits and events by phone at or by email: [email protected]


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