We're all heading to the polls today but one group of voters will be having their say inside their local pub.
The White Horse pub, also known as The Pub With No Name, in Petersfield, Hampshire, has been running as a polling station for the last 30 years.
The countryside pub is the perfect location for a polling station, with no other available buildings nearby.
Liz Fogg is the landlady. She's been working at the pub for seven years and took over as landlady a year ago.
She said: "There's nothing else round here for voters. There isn't a village hall.
"In the evenings we have people who come in here and vote and then have a drink.
"A couple of years ago some people brought their families up here and had dinner and the mum and dad voted while they were here!"