The Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for all the decisions that are related to Oxfordshire County, being one of the county councils that are located in the South East region of the UK. Among the urban settlements that belong to the Oxfordshire County, there are: Albury, Charlbury, Bicester, Dorchester-on-Thames and Jericho. The county town of Oxfordshire County is Oxford, with the Oxfordshire County Council being located at this address: County Hall, New Road, Oxford.
The population of Oxfordshire County has been estimated in the 2011 census – there are 654.800 people that are residents of the ceremonial county. Blue is the predominant color of the Oxfordshire County Council logo. The blue and white shield stands as a central element, with a white horse and a red might bull standing on the sides as guards. On top of the shield there is a small red castle and a sheep, while at the bottom you can find patches of blue grass.
Among the nearest airports to the Oxfordshire County Council (Oxford), there are: London Heathrow Airport (45 miles from Oxford), Gloucestershire Airport (49 miles from Oxford) and London Luton Airport (67 miles from Oxford). You can travel from Oxford to London with whatever type of vehicle you want, enjoying the comfortable journey of 51 miles.