For this year’s Festilitt, we have discussed the book “Suite Française” by Irène Némirovsky To see what we thought – see the following link Festilitt 2018 – Hucklow Discusses!


What is the Hucklow & Parisot Twinning Association?

Our twinning association has a founding membership of over 70 adults and children. We aim to develop friendship and understanding between people in and around the two twinned villages, through events in our village and visits to Parisot. Several of us have already visited and fallen for Parisot, its people and the surrounding area. A few of us speak some French, others none or very little, yet we are all committed to welcoming our friends from Parisot and developing the friendship.

Parisot is a farming village of about 500 people in the Tarn et Garonne department in the beautiful Aveyron region of France. It is set in a scenic and interesting area of limestone villages and bastide towns.

We invite everybody, adults, children, single people, families, of all ages, to join in, including enthusiasts from neighbouring hamlets and villages.

Hucklow & Parisot Twinning Association – Our Aims

What is twinning about?

Friendship and understanding between people in and around the two twinned villages.

Exchange visits between individuals, couples and families who would like to experience the culture and countryside of the other twin.

Fun and adventure for children and teenagers who can exchange emails, letters, photographs, paintings and recordings.

Partnership between teachers and parents of the two primary schools to help the children learn about life in the other country.

Opportunities for anyone interested, children and adults alike, to practise speaking in both English and French

Scope to share sporting and other interests.

Being a part of, contributing to and enjoying the festivals and celebrations of both communities.

Exhibitions of photos and films about people, places and activities of both communities so that we can, together, follow the evolution of our partnership.

Fellowship and friendship “sans frontières”