Thanks for the comments.
Unfortunately, I don't really get involved with the village's local history groups. Always seem to have things to do and this year, I have been afflicted with back problems.
The village, like many others in the Creuse, is mainly populated with an ageing population, and I always seem to just miss most village events.
I did earlier this year, give some re-creations of old postcards I had produced to the local school's headmaster. Sadly the school closed this summer, due to insufficient numbers to justify it remaining open.
St. Moreil boasts no shops, bars, cafes or restuarants, only a part time post office and I believe that there is a new local history museum next to the church, but I haven't managed to visit it just yet. There is a permanent "Espace Patrimoine" about 50 metres down from the church, with a couple of old sarcophagi and other relics found in the area on display.
Thanks to this forum created by Dave, I am inspired to possibly produce some panoramic views. On the front of our house there is a small balcony, which gives us a view due South across the valley and to the South West a view of part of the village. Sitting there on a warm sunny evening, can hardly be beaten in my view. EDF are currently also removing the electricity supply cables which will only enhance the view, photographically.
Altarcloth Image: Our next door but one neighbours are an elderly Portuguese couple who came to France in the mid 1960's. Manuel (now deceased Nov 2015) was a quarryman, now he tends a couple of plots of land in the village along with his wife, Idalena. From day 1 they have made us welcome and if we have needed any advice, removal of ticks, source of firewood or whatever, one need only ask. Idalena, early this year, finished crocheting the new altar cloth shown on image 2. As basically, an English "townie", acts such as these don't happen much where we live in England, although I think in more rural areas, some of this attitude still remains.