You do not have time to follow the news Loire-Atlantique this Friday, May 26, 2017? Here’s a summary of what you missed: the strikers blocked the fuel depot Donges; near Malville, truck lies on side across carraigeway; Nantes, the Square du Maquis de Saffré visited by walkers, etc.
The oil depot Donges blocked by strikers
Fifteen strikers spent the day this Friday 26th May at the entrances of the oil depot SFDM and the Total refinery of Donges. They will also be on site, tomorrow, Saturday morning, 27th May. The drivers want to warn about the risks inherent in the exercise of their profession. They particularly demanding more frequent medical examination and an upgrading.
In the weekend of the Ascension, part of the Loire-Atlantique gas stations could not be resupplied with fuel. “They have a three-day autonomy”, said the CGT. Supply Difficulties could arise if the strike continues.
A lorry lying on the dual carriageway, Malville
The accident occurred on the N165, in the direction Nantes-Vannes, up to the place called Croix Rouge, near Malville. The driver has fallen asleep at the wheel and is offset in the gap, also blocking a portion of the four lanes. No injuries but the carraigeway was cut for several hours on Friday morning May 26th.
The square of the Maquis de Saffré open to ramblers in Nantes
The square of the Maquis de Saffré near the Erdre in Nantes, is again accessible to the public after two years of construction. The place underwent some serious work and now covers a water recovery tank. It offers a nice view of the river and the Bretagne Tower.
2500 participants in the activities of Eurobank, in La Baule
Many workshops were held in La Baule and nearby, on Friday 26th May. This meeting allows exchanges between sports and cultural clubs of European banks. Participants could include, participate in dance workshops and pottery, as well as football games.
Lions Clubs International celebrates 100 years in Nantes
It was 1917 they registered in the National Congress. Lions Clubs International, which runs from Thursday 25th May to Saturday 27th May, at the Cité des Congrès in Nantes. 1917 as the “year of birth Lions ”, it was 100 years ago. “In this very materialistic society, with the risk of everyone for himself, it is important to remember our humanistic philosophy, our self-giving values, morality, ethics and solidarity”, explains Michel Isaac, Chairman of Governors of France.
It also highlights the actions of Lions , especially in health: support for research on orphan diseases, the fight against blindness by financing guide dogs …
For this anniversary, the Lions and the Post publish an original stamp. It will be available exclusively at the Cité des Congrès in Nantes, this Saturday 27th May. The general issue is Monday 29th May.