This cateory represents the most northerly ceremonial county of the  South West Region of England,
with Wales on its north western boundary,  Monmouthshire from the north bank of the Mouth of the  Severn,
north to  West Midlands counties of  HerefordshireWorcestershire and  Warwickshire,
before the South East county of  Oxfordshire to the east.
The most westerly county in the South West is  Wiltshire.
Directly south, the unitary authority of  Bath and North East Somerset is separated from the Mouth of the Severn, by  Bristol.
 
Although parts of the ceremonial county became the county of Avon, this area was granted unitary authority status
independent of Gloucestershire County Council, called  South Gloucestershire (see  Government ).

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