Cornwall County Council
The unitary authority of Cornwall Council was created on 1 April 2009, after the abolishment of Cornwall County Council. The logo was bought forward from the county council, with an updated font and 'County' removed from the name.
Local government of Cornwall
| Unitary Authorities
Cornwall Council | Isle of Scilly (sui generis)
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