The Northamptonshire County is located in the East Midlands of England, having the Northamptonshire County Council as governing body. Abington, Brackley, Corby, Denford and Gayton are five of the towns that belong to the Northamptonshire County Council. The headquarter town is also known as the county town, being in this situation represented by Northampton. The Northamptonshire County Council can be located at this address: County Hall, Northampton.
An estimate made in 2011 provided information about the population of Northamptonshire County – there are 693.900 people living in the ceremonial county. The logo of the Northamptonshire County Council is particularly interesting to check out, with a red and white shield that has a beautiful flower as a central element. As in other logos, the shield is guarded by a deer and a bull, having an iron helmet and a bird at the top. The Latin inscription ‘Rosa Concordia Signum’ is at the bottom of the logo.
Both international and national flights are available at the closely-located airports from Northampton: London Luton airport (41 miles from Northampton), Birmingham Airport (48 miles from Northampton) and East Midlands Airport (53 miles from Northampton). There are 61 miles between Northampton and London, being easily covered with different methods of transportation.