Our activity groups are our way of learning new skills and sharing talents and know-how we may have with others. All that is required is a Group Leader (often self-appointed!) and enough interested members to get things going. Names and e-mail addresses of Group Leaders are on the last page of each monthly Newsletter, which you will receive when you join FiFi. Some groups have Facebook Groups which can be joined by request.

Groups are free, with the exception of Aquacycling, although there may be charges for materials.

Body beautiful...
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Aquacycling

The most fun you can have whilst exercising. A group of us meet at the local pool in Caussade and carry out half an hours cycling on fixed underwater bikes amidst lots of laughter.

Cycling

We aim to cycle once a month between 30 - 40 km with some hills at different starting points within the FiFi area. Aimed at beginners and intermediates. Partners are welcome to join this group and there will be a bike technician on every ride.

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Gardening

Do you need help designing your little patch of France, or have some seeds or plants to swap?  Perhaps you like visiting other people’s gardens or professional gardens.  Know lots about gardening and techniques and would like to share your knowledge or perhaps you would just like to spend a pleasant afternoon discussing gardens and gardening?

If any of the above sounds like you, then come and join us.  We meet roughly once a month during the season and less often during the winter. 

Lighten Up

A Facebook group to help each other lose those accumulated kilos...

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Line Dancing

This is a beginners' class although some experienced ladies join us.

We practise every Wednesday afternoon in Le Riols between 4pm and 6pm.    It’s a fun light hearted group with mixed abilities.

Ski Group
Post your photos on the Facebook Group, share information like weather, hotels, resorts, restaurants or join others on trips to the snow covered Pyrenees.
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Walking Groups

Organised walks to showcase this beautiful part of France that we live in...2 groups exist: Walking Group who walk further for longer, and the aptly named 'Walking for Wimps', who don't!