Gloucestershire County Council is the administrative body that is responsible for all of the Gloucestershire County’s towns. Among these towns, there are: Berkeley, Cheltenham, Kemble, Newent and Stoke-on-the-Wold. It is known that the county town of Gloucestershire is Gloucester, the Gloucestershire County Council being based at this particular address: Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester.
Ranked 16th out of 48 countries, Gloucestershire County has a general population of 861.700 people. The non-metropolitan county is ranked 20th out of 27, having a population of 598.300 people. The logo of the Gloucestershire County Council is a beautiful shield surrounded by royal medieval elements. On top of the shield, there is a mythical creature and an iron helmet, while the Latin inscription ‘Prorsum Semper’ is at the bottom of the logo. The colors of the Gloucestershire County Council logo include golden shades, bright reds, blue and grey.
The major airports that are located at a fair distance from the Gloucestershire County Council (Gloucester) include: Gloucestershire Airport (7 miles from Gloucester), Bristol Airport (42 miles from Gloucester) and Birmingham Airport (64 miles from Gloucester). One can also travel by car from the Gloucestershire County Council (Gloucester) to London, covering a distance of 105 miles (2 hours and 23 minutes).