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Communauté de communes du Saint-Polois

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Communauté de communes du Saint-Polois

The Communauté de communes du Saint-Polois was created on December 28, 1995 and is located in the Pas-de-Calais département, in northern France.


It comprises the following 43 communes:

  1. Averdoingt
  2. Beauvois
  3. Bermicourt
  4. Blangerval-Blangermont
  5. Brias
  6. Buneville
  7. Croisette
  8. Croix-en-Ternois
  9. Écoivres
  10. Flers
  11. Foufflin-Ricametz
  12. Framecourt
  13. Gauchin-Verloingt
  14. Gouy-en-Ternois
  15. Guinecourt
  16. Hautecloque
  17. Héricourt
  18. Herlin-le-Sec
  19. Herlincourt
  20. Hernicourt
  21. Humerœuille
  22. Humières
  23. Ligny-Saint-Flochel
  24. Linzeux
  25. Maisnil
  26. Marquay
  27. Moncheaux-lès-Frévent
  28. Monchy-Breton
  29. Monts-en-Ternois
  30. Neuville-au-Cornet
  31. Œuf-en-Ternois
  32. Ostreville
  33. Pierremont
  34. Ramecourt
  35. Roëllecourt
  36. Saint-Michel-sur-Ternoise
  37. Saint-Pol-sur-Ternoise
  38. Séricourt
  39. Sibiville
  40. Siracourt
  41. Ternas
  42. Troisvaux
  43. Wavrans-sur-Ternoise


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