The East Sussex County Council has its location in Lewes, acting as a local authority for the entire non-metropolitan county of East Sussex. These towns belong to the East Sussex County Council: Brighton, Chailey, Denton, High Wickham and Newhaven. Lewes is the headquarter town of East Sussex County, being the place where the meetings of the council representatives are held. If you want to know the address of the East Sussex County Council, this is: County Hall, Saint Anne’s Crescent, Lewes.
In regard to the population census, a 2011 estimate showed that the East Sussex County had a population of 800.200 people. The Coat of Arms that is actually the logo of the East Sussex County Council is a red shield divided by a white, undulating line. At the top of the line, there is a golden royal crown, while at the bottom there are six golden birds divided on three layers.
There are three airports that are located at a close distance from the East Sussex County Council in Lewes: London Gatwick Airport (33 miles from Lewes), London Heathrow Airport (71 miles from Lewes) and London City Airport (81 miles from Lewes). Between the East Sussex County Council in Lewes and London, there are 57 miles (1 hour and 46 minutes).