Wootenshire is a county in the west of the country, on the coast of the Bristol channel. It has been inhabited since prehistory and was formally made a county in the Victorian era.
Wootenshire is bounded to the north by Bristol City Council, to the east by Wiltshire, to the south by North Somerset and to the west by the sea. It has a twenty mile coastline with headlands, sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs. Inland, the land rises to a series of gentle hills.
The main town in Wootenshire is Bradwick.