The Warwickshire County is governed by the Warwickshire County Council, being located in the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom. There are various towns that belong to the Warwickshire County, including: Alcester, Bretford, Chadshunt, Darlingscott and Exhall. The Warwickshire County Council is located in the headquarter town – Warwick – at the following address: Shire Hall, Warwick.
The population of the Warwickshire County was of 546.500, according to the 2011 population census. The logo of the Warwickshire County Council is splendid – there is a red and yellow shield, with a bear chained to a tree on the red part of the shield. On the yellow part of the shield, there are three small red crosses. At the top of the shield, there is a yellow crown, while at the bottom, you will find the following inscription: ‘Non Sanz Droict’.
The nearest airports to the city of Warwick are: Birmingham Airport (20 miles from Warwick), East Midlands Airport (50 miles from Warwick), Luton Airport (75 miles from Warwick), Heathrow Airport (85 miles from Warwick), Manchester Airport (95 miles from Warwick) and Gatwick Airport (20 miles from Warwick). The distance between Warwick and London is of 82 miles, so it will not take too long to travel to the capital.