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The village takes its name from a Norman “Angot” whose son Hellouin founded the Abbey at Bec Hellouin, in what is now the county of Eure.


It boasts a number of period buildings including the Manoir de Grattechef, with its fine tower staircase and a chapel which dates from 1499. The Manoir de la Motte, built in the 16th and 17th C, has beautiful chimneys.


The estate at Sémilly, once the family home of local writer Louis Beuve, is home to La Ferme Musical – a museum of wind instruments.

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