List of ceremonial counties of England

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This is a list of ceremonial counties of England. The population figures are mid-year estimates for 2015 from the Office for National Statistics.[1][2]

County Population Rank
(pop.)
Area
(in km²)
Area
(sq. mi.)
Rank
(area)
Density
(people/km²)
Rank
(dens.)
Bedfordshire 655,000 36th 1,235 477 41st 530 2nd
Berkshire 890,600 24th 1,261 487 40th 705 19th
Bristol 449,300 43rd 110 42 47th 4,095 3rd
Buckinghamshire 790,200 30th 1,873 723 32nd 421 22nd
Cambridgeshire 841,200 27th 3,389 1,309 15th 248 35th
Cheshire 1,043,500 19th 2,342 904 25th 445 16th
City of London 8,800 48th 2.90 1.12 48th 3,020 7th
Cornwall 551,700 40th 3,562 1,375 12th 154 40th
Cumbria 498,000 41st 6,766 2,612 3rd 73 45th
Derbyshire 1,036,600 20th 2,624 1,013 21st 394 30th
Devon 1,169,200 11th 6,706 2,589 4th 174 48th
Dorset 765,700 31st 2,652 1,024 20th 288 14th
Durham 855,900 26th 2,675 1,033 19th 319 20th
East Riding of Yorkshire 595,700 37th 2,476 956 23rd 240 5th
East Sussex 829,300 29th 1,791 692 33rd 462 33rd
Essex 1,787,000 7th 3,669 1,417 11th 486 41st
Gloucestershire 891,800 23rd 3,149 1,216 16th 283 32nd
Greater London 8,665,000 1st 1,569 606 37th 5,521 1st
Greater Manchester 2,756,200 3rd 1,275 492 39th 2,160 12th
Hampshire 1,814,300 5th 3,769 1,455 9th 481 34th
Herefordshire 188,100 45th 2,179 841 26th 86 43rd
Hertfordshire 1,166,300 13th 1,643 634 36th 709 18th
Isle of Wight 139,400 46th 380 150 46th 366 27th
Kent 1,801,200 6th 3,738 1,443 10th 481 28th
Lancashire 1,478,100 8th 3,075 1,187 17th 480 26th
Leicestershire 1,017,900 21st 2,156 832 28th 472 9th
Lincolnshire 1,066,100 18th 6,975 2,693 2nd 152 44th
Merseyside 1,398,000 9th 647 250 43rd 2,161 10th
Norfolk 885,000 25th 5,380 2,080 5th 164 38th
North Yorkshire 1,140,400 14th 8,654 3,341 1st 131 39th
Northamptonshire 723,000 33rd 2,364 913 24th 305 25th
Northumberland 315,300 44th 5,013 1,936 6th 62 46th
Nottinghamshire 1,124,700 15th 2,159 834 27th 520 31st
Oxfordshire 677,800 35th 2,604 1,005 22nd 260 36th
Rutland 38,000 47th 382 147 45th 99 42nd
Shropshire 482,500 42nd 3,487 1,346 13th 138 21st
Somerset 940,200 22nd 4,170 1,610 7th 225 47th
South Yorkshire 1,374,700 10th 1,551 599 38th 885 15th
Staffordshire 1,114,200 17th 2,713 1,047 18th 410 8th
Suffolk 741,900 32nd 3,800 1,500 8th 195 29th
Surrey 1,168,800 12th 1,662 642 35th 703 13th
Tyne and Wear 1,122,200 16th 540 210 44th 2,078 11th
Warwickshire 554,000 39th 1,975 763 31st 280 24th
West Midlands 2,833,600 2nd 902 348 42nd 3,142 4th
West Sussex 836,300 28th 1,990 770 30th 420 6th
West Yorkshire 2,281,700 4th 2,029 783 29th 1,124 17th
Wiltshire 703,300 34th 3,485 1,346 14th 201 37th
Worcestershire 578,600 38th 1,740 670 34th 332 23rd

See also

References

  1. ^ "Population Estimates for UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, Mid-2015". Office for National Statistics. 23 June 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Standard Area Measurements (2016) for Administrative Areas in the United Kingdom". Office for National Statistics. 1 February 2017. Retrieved 9 February 2017. 
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