Mini foot also gets sports money

The mini football pitch in the Ravenstein district, behind the KAT, is once again in tip-top condition, thanks to a thorough renovation. Sport obviously remains important for Tervuren for our politicians, ahead of October town hall elections.

Milk farmers vs Tervuren commuters

Getting out and back to beautiful Tervuren will once again be difficult today. Farmers are back with their tractors. Tervuren+ expects heavily congested traffic as well as possible clashes between demonstrators and police forces, especially around Schumann and the European Parliament.

Music returns to Tervuren

“‘t Hof Tervuren was one of the first festivals during the corona years — a free festival with a beautiful lineup and a stunning location, ideal for kicking off the local summer,” says mayor Marc Charlier.

Garage Sale now three years old

You wouldn’t think it but the Tervuren garage sale was first organized in May 2021 by Transitie Tervuren with some 220 participants. That was in the midst of Covid masks with sellers and buyers required to disinfect their hands before handing over money, holding materials and the like.

Tervuren political campaign heats up

A shock for Tervuren’s campaign has been the campaign photo of 34-year-old Anna De Smedt of Vossem, taken in front of the Acropolis, where the concept of European democracy blossomed in fifth century BC. But De Smedt’s Tervuren campaign photo poses questions about how new Flemish party ‘Voor U’ sees gender equality in politics.

Legendary Willy De Page on sports, art

“I practically grew up in the garage. We started selling Volkswagen and Studebaker, then taking up Audi,” he tells Tervuren+. Judo was another of passion, also as the founder of Tervuren’s judo club, along with a keen interest in cycling. “I’ve had a few falls recently,” he adds.

Historic park bridge edges to finish

Restauration works on the historic bridge on the Keizerinnedreef in Tervuren park should be completed this summer. Delays have been caused by the need to carry out more in-depth restauration than previously envisaged.

European party Volt sets up Tervuren branch

Member of the European Parliament Sophie in ‘t Veld was in Tervuren on 6 May to launch Volt Tervuren, a local section of the pan-European party. “Establishing a local branch of Volt in Tervuren is crucial as it brings our European vision closer to citizens, enabling concrete local action,” says in ‘t Veld.

Tervuren’s fantastic flower market

In just under three years, Sandra’s Flower Lady has become a key figure on Tervuren’s Markt. But was setting up shop in the midst of Covid uncertainties not a bit risky? “If it’s your dream and passion, you don’t care. You know it’s going to be a success,” she tells Tervuren+.