The Midlands Region of the United Kingdom is definitely a beautiful area to visit, with Leicestershire standing at the top of the list. Once you decide to come to this part of the UK, you need to visit its headquarter town, meaning Glenfield. You should also know that Leicester used to be the main county town, until 1967. The Leicestershire County Council is found today within the County Hall of Glenfield, on Leicester Road, LE3 8RA.
In regard to the total population of Leicestershire County, the 2011 population census has shown this number to reach 980.800 people. These are the ones that belong to the ceremonial county; from this number, one can subtract 651.200 people, representing those who live in the non-metropolitan county. The airports that are located in the area include: East Midlands Airport (15.7 miles from Leicester), Nottingham Airport (19.6 miles from Leicester), Birmingham International Airport (28.9 miles from Leicester), Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport (58.1 miles from Leicester) and London Luton Airport (61.9 miles from Leicester). There are 90 miles between London and Glenfield, the headquarter town of Leicestershire.