Each county council is responsible for the administration of public services in a specific county. The Lancashire County Council is responsible for the non-metropolitan county of Lancashire, in the North West part of the United Kingdom. Visiting this area, you will find out that there are a number of towns that belong to this county council, including: Blackburn, Blackpool, Accrington, Lancaster and Chorley. You will also discover Preston to be the headquarter town of the council, the latter being located within the building of the County Hall (Preston).
The data obtained through the 2011 population census highlight that there are 1.461.400 people living in the ceremonial county, with 1.171.600 being part of the non-metropolitan county. The logo of the Lancashire County Council has some bright colors, with red and yellow being the most dominant ones. In the center, there is a shield, protected at both sides from two mythical lions. On top of the shield, there is an iron helmet and a small creature, while at the bottom of the logo, there is the following Latin message: ‘In Concilio Consilium’.
If you are planning on traveling to the Lancashire County Council, the following airports are available in the area: Blackpool International Airport (16 miles from Preston), Manchester Airport (42 miles from Preston), Liverpool John Lennon Airport (46 miles from Preston), Leeds Bradford International Airport (57 miles from Preston) and Hawarden (64 miles from Preston). You should also know that the distance between the Lancashire County Council (Preston) and London is of 59.77 miles.