A lime tree was planted in the grounds of the new College Secondaire in Sully- sur-Loire in June 2006 to commemorate the planting of trees by the Duke de Sully and to continue the tradition. It, and the plaque, was a gift from Sully’s twin town of Bradford on Avon in Wiltshire. The plaque reads:- “Offert par l’association de jumelage de Bradford on Avon a la ville de Sully- sur-Loire afin de perpetuer la tradition instauree par le duc de Sully qui planta des arbres dans toute de France.”
The Bathampton Morris Men were at Sully sur Loire to celebrate the planting of the Lime tree. They also took the opportunity to teach some of their dances to the Sully schoolchildren
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