Repas de Quartier translates 'Repas de Quartier' to 'neighbourhood meal', my definition would be; a collection of people with some times no similarities other then the simple fact of geography sharing a meal together. With a long table squeezed between the old stone houses and twisting along the skinny village road we sat together and shared our plates of food and bottles of wine in the sweet afternoon autumn sunshine and i learnt that in taking the time to share with the people around you is what builds community, and that community can be a powerful thing.  

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