Cambridgeshire County Council is situated in Cambridge County, covering the administrative responsibilities and regulations for the following towns: Bury, Cambridge, Downham, Easton and Peterborough. Cambridge is also the headquarter town of the Cambridgeshire County Council. The address of the County Council is Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge.
The 2011 population census revealed a population of 806.700 in the ceremonial county, with 622.200 people belonging to the non-metropolitan county. The Cambridgeshire County Council has a unique logo, with a coat of arms, inscribed blazon and shield. The mural crown presents a message in Latin – ‘CORDE UNO SAPIENTES SIMUS’ – which can be roughly translated as ‘with one heart let us be men and women of understanding’.
Among the airports that you can find in the area, there are: London Stansted airport (28 miles from Cambridge), London Luton airport (39 miles from Cambridge), London City airport (54 miles from Cambridge) and London Southend airport (70 miles from Cambridge). If you are interested in traveling from London to the Cambridgeshire County Council, you should know that you can cover the 60.5 miles distance in circa 1 hour and 55 minutes.