Cumbria County Council is the administrative body of Cumbria County, being located in the North West part of the United Kingdom. The towns located in Cumbria County are assigned to the Cumbria County Council, including: Cockermouth, Dalton-in-Furness, Kendal, Penrith and Sedbergh. Carlisle is the headquarter town of Cumbria County, the Council being located at the following address: Town Hall, Carlisle.
According to the 2001 census population, the County of Cumbria had a population of 487.607, the majority being in the headquarter town (Carlisle) and in rural areas. Cumbria has a high percentage of foreign population, including people from Germany, South Africa and Canada. The logo of Cumbria County Council includes the coat or arms, with a dragon and a bull standing as guardians of the medieval shield.
If you are looking for airports located at a short distance from Cumbria County, consider the following options: Carlisle airport, Newcastle airport (56 miles from Carlisle), Durham Tees Valley airport (84 miles from Carlisle) and Blackpool International airport (101 miles from Carlisle). From the Cumbria County Council to London, there are 317 miles to be covered, in approximately 5 hours and 28 minutes.