Alcester | Arley | Atherstone | Bedworth | Bidford-on-Avon | Binley Woods | Blackwell |
Bulkington | Coleshill |
Coventry | Dunchurch | Earlswood | Fenny Compton | Great Wolford | Halford | Hampton Lucy |
Henley in Arden | Ilmington |
Kenilworth | Kineton | Kingsbury | Lapworth | Leamington Spa | Napton-on-the-Hill | Nuneaton |
Oxhill | Polesworth | Quinton | Rugby | Salford
Priors | Shipston-on-Stour | Shustoke | Snitterfield | Southam | Stoneleigh | Stratford-upon-Avon |
Stretton on Dunsmore | Studley
| Warmington | Warwick | Water Orton | Wellesbourne | Whitnash | Wishaw | Wolston |
Warwickshire is a landlocked non-metropolitan county in the West Midlands region
of England. The county town is Warwick, although the largest town is Nuneaton. The county is famous for being the birthplace of
William Shakespeare and George Eliot. Commonly used abbreviations for the county are Warks or Warwicks.
The five districts of North Warwickshire, Nuneaton & Bedworth, Rugby, Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon together form the Warwickshire
County Council area, and are within the 1974 boundaries. The shape of the administrative area of Warwickshire differs considerably
from that of the historic county, which also includes the now autonomous unitary authorities of Coventry and Solihull, as well as
a small area around central and northeast Birmingham.
For Eurostat purposes it is a NUTS 3 region (code UKG13) and is one of three counties that comprise the "Herefordshire,
Worcestershire and Warwickshire" NUTS 2 region.
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