The Suffolk County Council is the authority responsible for the Suffolk County, being located in the East region of the UK. Amid the towns that belong to Suffolk County, there are: Acton, Bury St Edmunds, Claydon, Denham and Farnham. Ipswich is the headquarter town of the Suffolk County, whereas the Suffolk County Council is located at: Endeavour House, Russell Road, Ipswich.
The population of the Suffolk County Council is measured on a regular basis – in 2011, the ceremonial county had a population of 730.100. The logo of the Suffolk County Council is worth checking out – there is a red shield in the center, with a sun raising from the water and two crowns interspersed by arrows. On top of the shield, there is an iron helmet, a crown and a ship. At the bottom of the shield, the following message is inscribed: ‘Guide our endeavor’.
Amid the major airports that are located not far from Suffolk County Council (Ipswich), there are Norwich International Airport (49 miles from Ipswich), London Stansted Airport (53 miles from Ipswich) and London Southend Airport (59 miles from Ipswich). As for the distance between London and the Suffolk County Council (Ipswich), this is of 68 miles.