The North Yorkshire County Council is located in the North East region of England, governing the entire area of North Yorkshire. There are different towns that belong to the North Yorkshire County, including: Bolton Abbey, Bedale, Gatenby, Aldfield and Ripon. The headquarter town of the North Yorkshire County is Northallerton, having a population of over 16000 people. You can find the North Yorkshire County Council located at: County Hall, Racecourse Lane, Northallerton.
According to the population, the North Yorkshire County is the largest county in the entire UK. The 2011 estimate has revealed a population of 1.072.600 in the ceremonial county; 601.200 people are residents of the non-metropolitan county. The Arms of the North Yorkshire County Council represent the logo – a white shield, with a red cross that has flowers on it and green or blue lines on the diagonal. Mythical lions guard the shield on both sides and the Latin inscription ‘Unitate fortior’ is at the bottom of the shield.
You can find three airports at a fairly close distance from the North Yorkshire County Council (Northallerton): Durham Tees Valley Airport (22 miles from Northallerton), Leeds Bradford International Airport (44 miles from Northallerton) and Newcastle Airport (59 miles from Northallerton). There is also the possibility of traveling from Northallerton to London with a car (204 miles).