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Flag of Lannion-Trégor Communauté - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 1 November 2021
Lannion-Trégor Communauté (99,520 inhabitants in 2018; 90,440 ha; 57 municipalities) originates in the Communauté de communes Lannion-Plestin-Perros-Guirec, created in 1994 and transformed in 2003 into the Communauté d'agglomération Lannion-Trégor, then composed of 20 municipalities. In 2013, it was renamed to Lannion-Trégor Agglomération. In 2014, the eight municipalities of the former Communauté de communes Beg ar C'hra and the municipality of Perros-Guirec joined Lannion-Trégor. In 2015, the nine municipalities of the Communauté de communes du Centre Trégor joined the authority, which was renamed to Lannion-Trégor Communauté. In 2017 Lannion-Trégor Communauté merged with the former Communauté de communes du Haut-Trégor (15 municipalities) and the former Communauté de communes de la Presqu'île de Lézardrieux (seven municipalities), gathering 60 municipalities. This number decreased to 57 after the merging of four municipalities into a single one (La Roche-Haudy) in 2019.
The flag of of Lannion-Trégor Communauté (photo, photo), in use since 2015, is white with the authority's logo.Olivier Touzeau, 1 November 2021
Flag of Sud Goëlo - Image by Ivan Sache, 9 September 2012
The Communauté de communes Sud Goëlo (official website) was an intermunicipal authority formed by the six municipalities of Binic (3,5151 inhabitants), Étables-sur-Mer (2,944 inh. in 2009), Lantic (1,430 inh.), Plourhan (1,927 inh.), Saint-Quay-Portrieux (3,326 inh.) and Tréveneuc (749 inh.), located in northern Brittany, between Saint-Brieuc and Paimpol.
The Communauté de Communes Sud Goëlo succeeded on 7 March 2001 the District Sud Goëlo, which itself had succeeded in 1999 the District de Saint-Quay-Portrieux/ Binic - Canton d'Étables-sur-Mer. It was incorporated on 1 January 2017 in Saint-Brieuc Armor Agglomération
The flag of the Communauté de Communes Sud Goëlo (photo, Ouest-France, 11 July 2012) was white with the logo in the center.
Ivan Sache, 9 September 2017