Cowbell complaint thrown out in Alps

A group of 20 holiday home owners who complained about cowbells in an Alpine village had their plea rejected by the mairie after more than 110,000 signed a counter-petition.

The group, mostly British, wrote to Le Biot mayor Henri-Victor Tournier saying they understood they “lived in the country where there was a long tradition of cows, sheep and goats” but the ...

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