In which county is Bristol, UK?

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  • In which county is Bristol, UK?


Answer #1 | 29/10 2011 13:51
Bristol is a city so it has it's own ceremonial county, much like Brighton
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Answer #2 | 29/10 2011 13:52
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Answer #3 | 29/10 2011 13:53
Bristol is the City and County Of Bristol. Apart from a brief period of the county of Avon which thank goodness is no more although some companies still force us to name it as a county. Bristol became a county by Royal Charter granted in 1373. There were celebrations in 1973 for 600 years.
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Answer #4 | 29/10 2011 13:54
Bristol is a city and county. This status was removed from the city with the formation of the county of Avon but was restored to county status when avon was abolished.
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