The Somerset County Council is found in the South West region of England, acting as the local government authority for Somerset County. Axbridge, Bath, Castle Cary, Dulverton and Frome belong to the Somerset County Council, as well as other towns in the area. The headquarter town of Somerset County is Taunton, a beautiful urban area. The Somerset County Council has the following address: County Hall, The Crescent, Taunton, Somerset.
With a population of 910.200 people in the ceremonial county, Somerset County occupies the 22nd place out of 48. The same 2011 estimate has demonstrated that 531.600 people reside in the non-metropolitan area. The logo of the Somerset County Council is definitely interesting, with a yellow shield that has a red dragon holding a sword on it. The shield has a deer and a bull on the lateral sides; on top of the shield, there is an iron helmet, a golden crown and a buck, while at the bottom of the shield, there is the following inscription: ‘Sumorsaete Ealle’.
For those who are interested in air traveling, there are two airports located at a close distance from the Somerset County Council (Taunton): Bristol Airport (38 miles from Taunton) and Cardiff Airport (98 miles from Taunton). The total distance between Taunton and London is 133 miles.