At this FEIBP congress website you can find all the information on congress registration and hotel accommodation
REVISED AND UPDATED ANNIVERSARY BOOK 60 YEAR FEIBP CONGRESSES
At the occasion of the 50th FEIBP congress, 2008 in Marseille, a well-received Anniversary Book was published and the 60th congress is the right moment to realise a revised and updated version. Again Suzanna Acquaderni offered kindly to co-ordinate this project.
FEIBP members are asked to support this project by a gift of € 250.
Your company name and logo will be included into the Anniversary Book. Deadline 30 May 2018.
We appreciate your involvement tremendously. Any positive reply to be send to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive an invoice. Your company name and logo can be send to email@example.com
If you have photo material (past and present) that might be useful for this new version, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 2018: TRIP TO LE BASSIN D’ARCHACHON
The option for those congress attendees who want to prolong their sojourn in Bordeaux after the congress.
The Bay of Archachon is the largest natural bay in Europe and the famous Pylat the highest dune in the EU. A bus will bring us to this area in the morning hours.
Preserved natural beauty, charming villages, oyster farms and eating facilities.
A boat will bring you from the city of Archachon to Cap- Ferret, for tasting oysters and wine.
Lunch at L’escale, the oldest restaurant of Cap-Ferret .
Back in the hotel around 16.30 hours.
You can indicate your participation in the congress registration form. Costs are € 117 per person.
A BRUSHWARE COMMEMORATION OF THE GREAT WAR / FFB EXPOSITION AT ST. FELIX (FRANCE)
To commemorate the fact that the Great War ended 100 years ago, our French colleagues from FFB assembled a wide variety of material, specifically focused on the equipment of any soldier at war.
All available sources were used for a very interesting exhibition at St.Felix in France, see the leaflet (attached) and also a recently published article in Le Parisien. Amazing how many brushes were instrumental for any soldier and an interesting aspect of this dramatic period in European history.