This piece by Joan Berridge describes a carnival apparently taking place in a French village called "Le Petit Audely" - which I can't find on the map. It seems it's one of two "Audelys" nestling in the shadow of a castle - the "Chateau Gaillarde". Well, I'll tell you something strange. In 1959 I and Joan both took part in an exchange trip to Les Andelys, on the banks of the Seine, which is made up of two villages - Grand Andely and Petit Andely, both nestling at the foot of a hill on which stands a Chateau Gaillarde built by our (or rather their) very own Richard Coeur du Lion. And while we were there we watched a carnival for the Feast of St. Sauveur. Do you suppose, by any chance, the printer swapped an 'n' for a 'u'?