List of ceremonial counties of England

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For a list that does not include metropolitan counties or unitary authorities, see List of two-tier counties of England.

This is a list of ceremonial counties of England. The population figures are mid-year estimates for 2014 from the Office for National Statistics.[1]

County Population Rank
(pop.)
Area
(in km²)
Area
(sq. mi.)
Rank
(area)
Density
(people/km²)
Rank
(dens.)
Bedfordshire 643,962 36 1,235 477 41 499 14
Berkshire 885,654 24 1,262 487 40 684 10
Bristol 442,474 43 110 42 47 3,906 2
Buckinghamshire 781,167 30 1,874 723 32 404 24
Cambridgeshire 830,279 28 3,390 1,309 15 238 35
Cheshire 1,039,171 19 2,343 905 25 439 21
City of London 8,072 48 2.90 1.12 48 2,548 4
Cornwall 545,355 40 3,563 1,376 12 150 41
Cumbria 497,874 41 6,767 2,613 3 74 47
Derbyshire 1,032,267 20 2,625 1,013 21 388 25
Devon 1,159,832 11 6,707 2,590 4 169 39
Dorset 759,768 31 2,653 1,024 20 281 30
Durham 909,849 23 2,721 1,051 18 332 27
East Riding of Yorkshire 594,825 37 2,479 957 23 238 34
East Sussex 820,842 29 1,791 692 33 447 20
Essex 1,773,154 7 3,670 1,417 11 471 16
Gloucestershire 882,888 25 3,150 1,216 16 274 32
Greater London 8,538,689 1 1,569 606 37 5,223 1
Greater Manchester 2,732,854 3 1,276 493 39 2,105 6
Hampshire 1,800,511 5 3,769 1,455 9 468 17
Herefordshire 187,160 45 2,180 842 26 84 46
Hertfordshire 1,154,766 13 1,643 634 36 682 12
Isle of Wight 139,105 46 380 147 46 364 26
Kent 1,784,369 6 3,736 1,442 10 463 18
Lancashire 1,471,979 8 3,075 1,187 17 475 15
Leicestershire 1,005,558 21 2,156 833 28 455 19
Lincolnshire 1,060,567 18 6,959 2,687 2 150 42
Merseyside 1,391,113 9 645 249 43 2,141 5
Norfolk 877,710 26 5,371 2,074 5 160 40
North Yorkshire 1,080,136 17 8,608 3,324 1 125 44
Northamptonshire 714,392 33 2,364 913 24 294 29
Northumberland 315,987 44 5,013 1,936 6 63 48
Nottinghamshire 1,115,658 16 2,159 834 27 505 13
Oxfordshire 672,516 35 2,605 1,006 22 251 33
Rutland 38,022 47 382 147 45 99 45
Shropshire 479,561 42 3,488 1,347 13 136 43
Somerset 931,784 22 4,170 1,610 7 218 36
South Yorkshire 1,365,847 10 1,552 599 38 866 9
Staffordshire 1,111,192 15 2,714 1,048 19 405 23
Suffolk 738,512 32 3,800 1,467 8 192 38
Surrey 1,161,256 12 1,663 642 35 683 11
Tyne and Wear 1,118,713 14 540 209 44 2,044 7
Warwickshire 551,594 39 1,975 763 31 277 31
West Midlands 2,808,356 2 902 348 42 3,039 3
West Sussex 828,398 27 1,990 769 30 406 22
West Yorkshire 2,264,329 4 2,029 784 29 1,098 8
Wiltshire 698,942 34 3,485 1,346 14 196 37
Worcestershire 575,421 38 1,741 672 34 325 28

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References[edit]

"Table 8a Mid-2011 Population Estimates: Selected age groups for local authorities in England and Wales; estimated resident population;". Population Estimates for England and Wales, Mid 2011 (Census Based). Office for National Statistics. 25 September 2012. Retrieved 22 November 2012. 

"Standard Area Measurements - Local Authorities - Dec 2010 (SAM_LAD_DEC_2010_UK)". UK Standard Area Measurements (SAM). Office for National Statistics. 31 December 2010. Retrieved 1 October 2011.