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Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray

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  • Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray is a commune in Loir-et-Cher, one of the six departments making up the Centre region.

    Located 3 km north of Blois, it is one of the 43 communes that make up Agglopolys, the Communauté d'Agglomération blésoise (population approx. 109,000).
    It has a population of 1906, with a density of 165 inhabitants per km2.

    It covers an area of 1,150 hectares. Bordering Blois, it lies on an expanse of woodland and farmland, bordered to the west by the Cisse river. 40% of its...
    Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray is a commune in Loir-et-Cher, one of the six departments making up the Centre region.

    Located 3 km north of Blois, it is one of the 43 communes that make up Agglopolys, the Communauté d'Agglomération blésoise (population approx. 109,000).
    It has a population of 1906, with a density of 165 inhabitants per km2.

    It covers an area of 1,150 hectares. Bordering Blois, it lies on an expanse of woodland and farmland, bordered to the west by the Cisse river. 40% of its surface area is covered by the Blois national forest.

    This setting gives the commune an authentic rural character.

    Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray's population has remained stable thanks to the rational development of its urbanization. Protecting its natural heritage and preserving its citizens' quality of life have always been paramount.

    Saint-Sulpice-de-Pommeray offers a preserved living environment combining conviviality and dynamism, rurality and economic development, at the gateway to Blois.

    The church: probably founded by the monks of the Benedictine abbey of Saint-Laumer in Blois in the 11th century. Despite extensive restoration and extension work up to the 18th century, it has remained a small church. You can find out more about its history by making an appointment with Christian LORIN, President of the Friends of the Church Association.

    Its railway museum: you'll discover an extraordinary collection of locomotives, tracing the evolution of the railroad from its creation in the early 19th century to the 1980s.

    - Village fair with flea market in June.
    - Festillésime concert at the church in late September.
    - Bibliothèque en Fête in November.
    - Christmas market in December.