East of England

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The East of England is one of the official regions of England. The larger part of the region is considered to belong to East Anglia.

It contains the following counties and districts:

Map Ceremonial county Shire county / unitary Districts
East of England counties 2009 map.svg Essex 1. Thurrock
2. Southend-on-Sea
3. Essex aHarlow, bEpping Forest, cBrentwood, dBasildon, eCastle Point, fRochford, gMaldon, hChelmsford, iUttlesford, jBraintree, kColchester, lTendring
4. Hertfordshire aThree Rivers, bWatford, cHertsmere, dWelwyn Hatfield, eBroxbourne, fEast Hertfordshire, gStevenage, hNorth Hertfordshire, iSt Albans, jDacorum
Bedfordshire 5. Luton
6. Bedford
7. Central Bedfordshire
Cambridgeshire 8. Cambridgeshire aCambridge, bSouth Cambridgeshire, cHuntingdonshire, dFenland, eEast Cambridgeshire
9. Peterborough
10. Norfolk aNorwich, bSouth Norfolk, cGreat Yarmouth, dBroadland, eNorth Norfolk, fKing's Lynn and West Norfolk, gBreckland
11. Suffolk aIpswich, bSuffolk Coastal, cWaveney, dMid Suffolk, eBabergh, fSt Edmundsbury, gForest Heath


Adapted from a Wikipedia article.