The non-metropolitan county of Lincolnshire is under the administrative governance of the Lincolnshire County Council, located in the East of the United Kingdom. The largest towns that belong to the Lincolnshire County Council are: Lincoln, Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Grantham and Boston. The Lincolnshire County Council has its administrative office in Lincoln, headquarter or county town. The county offices of the Lincolnshire County Council are located at Newland, Lincoln.
The overall population of Lincolnshire County is of 1.042.000 people, with 714.800 residing in the non-metropolitan area (2011 estimate). As all the other councils in the United Kingdom, the Lincolnshire County Council has a coat of arms as the logo. The central element of the logo is represented by a green shield, which is crossed by two diagonals. On the lateral sides of the shield, there are two soldiers who stand as guard. At the top of the shield, there is an iron helmet, a bird and two feathers. At the bottom of the shield, there is the following message: ‘In unity we serve’.
The airports that are based at a fair distance from the Lincolnshire County Council (Lincoln) are: Humberside Airport (30 miles from Lincoln), Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield (36 miles from Lincoln) and East Midlands Airport (52 miles from Lincoln). The travel from Lincoln to London requires approximately 2 hours and 57 minutes, as there are 156 miles to be covered.