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Your polling station: Where do you cast your vote?

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There are some weird and wonderful places to vote around the UK, is your polling station in an unusual place or building?

We'd like to hear from you if there is something brilliant and odd about where you go to vote.

Bryan Dale, of Caerleon, wrote to us to highlight his local polling station, The Bell Inn.

The Bell Inn - Caerleon, Newport
The Bell Inn - Caerleon, Newport

"We used to vote at the old chapel, until the building became unsafe, so now it is at the pub. It's a bit unusual to have the evening menu on one side of the pub door and a polling station on the other, but what could be better than a pint and a vote?"

The Inn is owned by Lee Taylor who says: "We have a great local community and they all get together to vote and have a drink together. I am hoping lots of people turn out this year."

You can see more examples of unusual polling stations here

If you cast your vote in an unusual building or location, then we would love to share your pictures here. Please send in a photograph and brief description of your impressions of the place.

You can also send us your pictures and videos to +44 7725 100100 or email them to yourpics@bbc.co.uk

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