The non-metropolitan county of Staffordshire is subjected to the authority of the Staffordshire County Council, being part of the West Midlands UK region. A number of towns belong to the Staffordshire County Council, including: Alton, Burton upon Trent, Cannock, Elmhurst and Huntington. The headquarter town of the Staffordshire County is Stafford and the County Council can be found at the following address: 1 Staffordshire Place, Stafford.
The most recent population census was realized for the Staffordshire County in 2011, revealing a population of 1.098.300 for the ceremonial county. Out of this number, approximately 849.600 people are part of the non-metropolitan county. The logo of the Staffordshire County Council is represented by the coat of arms, with the green, blue and red shield standing as a central element. The shield is guarded by two mythical creatures, having an iron helmet, a crown and a knot on the top part. At the bottom, there is the following inscription: ‘The Knot Unites’.
If you are searching for the closest airports to the Staffordshire County Council (Stafford), you should know these are: Birmingham Airport (39 miles from Stafford), East Midlands Airport (43 miles from Stafford), Manchester Airport (52 miles from Stafford), Hawarden (59 miles from Stafford) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport (68 miles from Stafford). The distance between London and the Staffordshire County Council in Stafford is of 122.94 miles.