The Hampshire County Council is the county council that is responsible for the public services in the entire Hampshire County. That means that the county council is responsible for the administration of the following towns that are party of the county: Aldershot, Andover, Basingstoke, Eastleigh and Farnborough. As for the actually address of the Hampshire County Council, this is: The Castle, Winchester, Hampshire. The headquarter town of the Hampshire County Council is Winchester.
As far as the demographics are concerned, the Hampshire County occupies the fifth place in the UK, with a total population of 1.763.600 people (2011 population census). The Hampshire County Council logo includes a shield with orange and red colors and a royal crown printed on the red part. The shield is surrounded by two mythical creatures, while on top of the shield there are an iron helmet, a crown and a small castle. At the bottom, there is the name of the Hampshire County Council.
If you want to travel by plane to this part of the UK, you should know that these are the closest airports to the Hampshire County Council (Winchester): Southampton Airport (12 miles from Winchester), Bournemouth Airport (39 miles from Winchester), London Heathrow Airport (55 miles from Winchester) and London Gatwick airport (78 miles from Winchester). The distance between London and the Hampshire County Council (Winchester) is of 67.9 miles (1 hour and 43 minutes).