He calls for solidarity to help a family renovate their house

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Un Castres is calling on handymen to help a family, which currently lives in a mobile home with young children, to renovate their house this weekend.

“It is an angel fallen from the sky”, loose Laetitia moved and who does not know any more how to thank Eric Oulès. This Castresian launched an appeal on social networks on Tuesday to find DIY volunteers to help this family renovate their house this weekend. “A weekend of solidarity” as he calls it for the benefit of Laetitia, Ludovic and their 4 children who have been living in a mobile home since December 29th. Lætitia inherited from her father, who died 3 years ago, a small house of 50 m2 on land in Labruguière. But the building needed work to accommodate the whole little blended family. The couple have two children aged 3 and 5 but Ludovic is also the father of two 16-year-old twins from a first union. The couple are not rolling on gold and have called on “not too expensive” artisans to carry out the necessary renovations. Craftsmen who planted them in the middle of the site with in addition to the defects. “We had to redo everything so we decided to do everything ourselves a year ago but, even if my husband is an electrician, we don’t know too much about building. We use tutorials on Youtube. It took some time. delay, confides Laetitia who had to leave the house that the couple rented until then. Between the rent and the work, it became financially complicated “. And the family had no other choice than to settle temporarily in a mobile home while waiting to finish the work. Especially since Ludovic lost his job and Laetitia is taking training after her parental leave.

And Eric Oulès, whom they know through the Castres Olympique supporters association “Les Amis du rugby” of which they are all members, offered to help them by seeing them in this precarious situation. “On December 31, I went with friends to do some work already, explains the Castres who worked in the building before taking over two years ago the service station of Rocher de Lunel in Castres. But there are things. that I do not know how to do so I had the idea of ​​launching this appeal “.

6 years ago, she participated in the show “Tous ensemble”

Eric is looking for “people in the trade” such as drywallers, jointers, plumbers or even tilers. And the momentum of solidarity worked. “I received a lot of calls and I even have the Coprover company which offered me a donation of material, explains the Good Samaritan. But there are still some trades missing.”

If Eric says he is “touched” by this mobilization which he did not expect, what about Laetitia who is still struggling to achieve and who even says “embarrassed”. “It’s not my habit to ask for help. But it’s wonderful what happens to us,” says this 40-year-old mother who remembers that 6 years ago to the day, so pregnant from her second child, she had helped a family in Mazamet in need like her in the context of the TF1 program “Tous ensemble”. Like what do good around you and God will return it to you “.

If you want to participate in this weekend of solidarity, you can contact Eric Oulès at 06.47.57.81.46

Eric is looking for “people of the trade”, drywallers, jointers, plumbers or even tilers. And the momentum of solidarity worked. “I received a lot of calls and I even have the Coprover company which offered me a donation of material, explains the Good Samaritan. But there are still some trades missing.”

If Eric says he is “touched” by this mobilization which he did not expect, what about Laetitia who is still struggling to achieve and who even says “embarrassed”.

If you want to participate in this weekend of solidarity, you can contact Eric Oulès at 06 47 57 81 46

“It is an angel fallen from the sky”, loose Laetitia moved and who does not know any more how to thank Eric Oulès. This Castresian launched an appeal on social networks on Tuesday to find DIY volunteers to help this family renovate their house this weekend. “A weekend of solidarity” as he calls it for the benefit of Laetitia, Ludovic and their four children who have been living in a mobile home since December 29th.

Lætitia inherited from her father, who died 3 years ago, a small house of 50 m2 on land in Labruguière. But the building needed work to accommodate the whole little blended family. The couple have two children aged 3 and 5 but Ludovic is also the father of 16-year-old twins from a first union.

The couple are not rolling on gold and have called on “not too expensive” artisans to carry out the necessary renovations. Craftsmen who planted them in the middle of the site with in addition poor workmanship.

“We had to redo everything so we decided to do everything ourselves a year ago but, even though my husband is an electrician, we don’t know too much about building. We use tutorials on Youtube. It is late. , confides Laetitia who had to leave the house that the couple rented until then. Between the rent and the work, it became financially complicated. “

The family had no other choice than to move into a mobile home while waiting to finish the work. Especially since Ludovic lost his job and Laetitia is taking training after her parental leave.

Good Samaritan

Seeing their precarious situation, Eric Oulès, whom the couple knows through the association of supporters of Castres Olympique “Les Amis du rugby” of which they are all members, offered to help them. “On December 31, I went with some friends to do some work, explains Le Castrais, but there are things that I don’t know how to do so I had the idea of ​​making this appeal”.

6 years ago, she participated in the show “Tous ensemble”

Eric is looking for “people of the trade”, drywallers, jointers, plumbers or even tilers. And the momentum of solidarity worked. “I received a lot of calls and I even have the Coprover company which offered me a donation of material, explains the Good Samaritan. But there are still some trades missing.”

If Eric says he is “touched” by this mobilization which he did not expect, what about Laetitia who is still struggling to achieve and who even says “embarrassed”.

“It’s not my habit to ask for help. But it’s wonderful what happens to us, says this 40-year-old mother who remembers that 6 years ago to the day, then pregnant with her. second child, she had helped a family in Mazamet in need like her in the context of the TF1 program Tous ensemble. Like what do good around you and God will return it to you “.

If you want to participate in this weekend of solidarity, you can contact Eric Oulès at 06 47 57 81 46
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