The non-metropolitan county of Norfolk is governed by the Norfolk County Council, being based in the East region of England. The following towns are part of Norfolk County, being under the authority of the Norfolk County Council: Acle, Buxton, Cromer, Downham Market and Fairstead. The county town is Norwich, this being the place where the Norfolk County Council is located. The specific address of the council is as it follows: County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, Norfolk.
If you are curious to find more information about Norfolk County, you should know that it has a total population of 859.400 living in the non-metropolitan region. The logo of the Norfolk County Council is interesting to be discovered, with a red, yellow and black shield being guarded by two mythical creatures. The shield is crossed by a diagonal and it also has a mythical lion on red part, bordered by two elements on the sides.
The closest airport to the Norfolk County Council (Norwich) is the Norwich International Airport, being located as only 4 miles from the town. There are both national and international flights leaving from this particular airport. If you want, you can travel from the Norfolk County Council (Norwich) to London by car. The distance between these two towns is 118 miles.