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Nottinghamshire county
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Country United Kingdom
Part of the country England
region East Midlands

status Ceremonial and Administrative County
First mention 1016

Ceremonial county
surface 2,160 km²
Residents 1,154,195
was standing June 30, 2018

Administrative county
Administrative authority Nottinghamshire County Council
Administrative headquarters West Bridgford
ISO-3166-2 GB-NTT
surface 2,085 km²
Residents 823.126
was standing June 30, 2018
ONS code 37
GSS code E10000024
NUTS code UKF15 and UKF16

! Districts /! Unitary Authorities
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  1. Rushcliffe
  2. Broxtowe
  3. Ashfield
  4. Gedling
  5. Newark and Sherwood
  6. Mansfield
  7. Bassetlaw
  8. Nottingham

Nottinghamshire (sp. -Hamschir, Notts for short ) is a county in central England with just under 1.1 million inhabitants. It is named after the city of Nottingham . Nottinghamshire is bordered by South Yorkshire , Lincolnshire , Leicestershire and Derbyshire .

Nottinghamshire has the following districts : Ashfield , Bassetlaw , Broxtowe , Gedling , Mansfield , Newark and Sherwood , and Rushcliffe . The city of Nottingham was part of the county until 1998, but has since been an independent urban district ( Unitary Authority ).

towns and places



Web links

Nottinghamshire County Council

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A b Mid 2018 Estimates of the population for the UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Coordinates: 52 ° 57 ′  N , 1 ° 9 ′  W