Montcuq-en-Quercy-Blanc. Montcook and Larmor-Plage signed a friendly charter

Montcuq-en-Quercy-Blanc.  Montcook and Larmor-Plage signed a friendly charter

Montcoux-en-Quercy-Blanc and Larmor-Plage in Morbihan (Brittany) have now signed a friendship charter, sealing an agreement between sea, land, beach, footpaths, sand and limestone. The incident took place on Thursday, September 22. On that day, Patrice Walton, mayor of Larmor-Plage, received Alain Lalabarde, mayor of Montcook, in the wedding hall of the town hall, along with a delegation of eight members of the twin committee Montcook-San Giorgio della Richinvelda (Italy). ).

This closeness is realized in the leadership of this association, as the current president, Michael Teppy, is a long-time friend of Gerard Pinguet, president of the Larmore-Youghal Twinning Committee, a town from Ireland. An important connection now exists between Brittany and Quercy, Italy and Ireland. Already in 2019, the Larmorians went to Montcook, where a reception was held at the town hall. They want to start over.

In the presence of members of both associations, the two mayors signed a friendship charter that will allow a reconciliation between the two regions, mainly based on touristic and cultural activities, the two municipalities are certainly different but undeniable. . During this stay, the submarine Flore put on a rich program, visiting the Cité de la voile Éric Tabarly, the fortress of Port-Louis built by Vauban, the naval museums, and the Compagnie des Indies. The Quersinois were warmly welcomed into the families and two large dinners were organized in their honor.

However, the Montquois Committee had no question of renouncing its connection with San Giorgio della Richinvelda. In 2012, the then mayors Guy Lagarde and Anna Maria Papais signed the double oath with much fanfare. Michele Teppi is going to Friuli today, Thursday 6 October, to meet the current mayor Michel Lyon and the president of the city’s tourist office. A priori planning for 2023 is to restart new projects and prepare for the visit of the Italian delegation to Montcuq. 1260 in Montcuq and died in 1350 in San Giorgio, distance and language barriers between the two towns, 1,300 km apart, were the main obstacles to this double mission.

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