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South Gloucestershire is a Unitary authority, created in 1996 when Avon County Council was dissolved. It is north of the city of Bristol. South Gloucestershire is a part of the traditional county of Gloucestershire.
South Gloucestershire covers an area of 497 km2 and is home to around 250,000 people.
The major towns in South Gloucestershire are
- Chipping Sodbury
- Little Stoke
A small part of the Cotswolds and the national trust site Dyrham Park are also in the area.