Wessex

  1. West Oxfordshire
  2. Cherwell
  3. Swindon
  4. Vale of White Horse
  5. Oxford
  6. South Oxfordshire
  7. North Somerset
  8. City of Bristol
  9. Bath and North East Somerset
  10. Wiltshire
  11. West Berkshire
  12. Torridge
  13. North Devon
  14. West Somerset
  15. Sedgemoor
  16. Mendip
  17. Basingstoke and Deane
  18. Reading
  19. Wokingham
  20. Windsor and Maidenhead
  21. Slough
  22. Bracknell Forest
  23. Runnymede
  24. Spelthorne
  25. Hart
  26. Surrey Heath
  27. Elmbridge
  28. Epsom and Ewell
  29. Rushmoor
  30. Woking
  31. Guildford
  32. Mole Valley
  33. Reigate and Banstead
  34. Tandridge
  35. Waverley
  36. Mid Devon
  37. Taunton Deane
  38. South Somerset
  39. Test Valley
  40. Winchester
  41. East Hampshire
  42. West Devon
  43. Teignbridge
  44. Exeter
  45. East Devon
  46. West Dorset
  47. North Dorset
  48. East Dorset
  49. New Forest
  50. Southampton
  51. Eastleigh
  52. Fareham
  53. Gosport
  54. Portsmouth
  55. Havant
  56. Plymouth
  57. South Hams
  58. Torbay
  59. Weymouth and Portland
  60. Purbeck
  61. Poole
  62. Bournemouth
  63. Christchurch
  64. Isle of Wight
  • Comprising: Berkshire, Bristol, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Surrey, Wiltshire
  • Area: 9,840 sq miles
  • Capital: Winchester
  • Population: 8.9 million
  • Demonym: Wessexan
  • Airports: Southampton, Oxford, Bristol, Exeter, Bournemouth
  • Ports include: Southampton, Portsmouth, Cowes, Poole, Brixham, Dartmouth, Plymouth, Appledore, Bideford, Avonmouth, Teignmouth, Bristol Royal Portbury Docks
  • Background: The Kingdom of Wessex existed for some 500 years from 519 AD until the 10th century AD.