St Amand de Hautes Terres - where you can find “le source de l’Oison”, little more
than a brook until it reaches thte River Seine at Elbeuf. Wild duck, grey herons,
and moorhens inhabit the waterways.
Le Bec Thomas - has a beautiful chateau, set in parkland, on a hillside overlooking
a lake fed by a small stream (Le Bec) that flows into the Oison.
La Saussaye - has a beautiful church and gardens, surrounded by the remains of an
ancient wall. Remnants of the Brotherhood of Charity’s work are to be found in the
St Ouen de Pontcheuil - has a large chateau and the only remaining watermill left
on the River Oison. It has been renovated and is used for art displays and competitions.
Fouquille - sits high above the valley, with many farm animals enjoying the fine
grazing land. It is unique in that it is the only place in France to have this name.
St Pierre des Fleurs - changed its name from the ancient name of St Pierre de Cercueils
(graves). It has a lovely pigeonnier in its main street.
St Germain de Pasquier - is the site of the smallest Mairie (Mayor’s office) in France
and has a beautifully preserved medieval church.
St Cyr La Campagne - offers a warm welcome. Its history is reflected in excavated
coins, dating from the 13th century to the Napoleonic Wars and the French Revolution