Mairie de Cormost

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The commune of Cormost, formerly known as CREMAUX, includes 700 ha of oak forest known as the "Forêt d'Aumont", managed by the Syndicat Intercommunal de la Forêt d'Aumont.

The hamlets of Chantemerle and Trinité, as well as "La Belle Etoile", have been part of Cormost since at least 1828.

La Belle Etoile on the D444 used to be a hunting lodge at the entrance to the Aumont forest.

At the crossroads stand 5 columns from the courtyard of the Troyes courthouse. They were moved at the request of the late general councillor Camille Martin, then mayor of Bernon, as part of the route du dahlia.

The neo-Gothic, stone and brick church of St. Joseph stands at the entrance to the village on Route Départementale 1, coming from La Belle Etoile. During the 1940 debacle, a dozen soldiers who died for France were laid to rest in the nave of the church, before being temporarily buried in the cemetery, then returned to their families or transferred to the military cemeteries of the Marne.

On the course of the Hozain, at "Le Haut Buisson", stands the old mill with its millstream and sluice gates.

The nursery and primary schools are grouped together with the communes of Les Bordes-Aumont, Isle-Aumont and Saint-Thibault.

The commune has a soccer pitch and a boulodrome.

A number of craftsmen and businesses are based in Cormost: chambres d'hôtes, impasse Thomassin, and the Moulin du Haut Buisson. An electrician, a landscaper and a carpenter-plasterer, as well as the Cormost garden center.

A Loisirs Animations Cormost Comité des Fêtes organizes a neighbors' dinner, July 14th festivities, a themed meal and a children's Christmas party.

source : www.troyes-champagne-mé


Opening from 01 January 2024 to 31 December 2024
Tuesday 13h30 to 17h30
Wednesday 09h00 to 12h00
Friday 13h30 to 17h30