Top of the polls: Britain’s wackiest election voting stations
This station will hold you at gunpoint until you vote. Even if you don’t want to. It has no time for your principles.
— BBC Newsbeat (@BBCNewsbeat) May 7, 2015
The horticulture at this station really is beautiful, but, wait, what are they doing to that sheep? Some sort of horrible coalition metaphor?
— Jen Cooke (@superduperfab) May 7, 2015
At least these castles will give you a chance to cast your vote in the peace and serenity of an area steeped in history. It’s likely they’d be hit pretty hard by Labour’s mansion tax, however, so if you needed an excuse to vote Tory…
— Sarah Meers (@SJMeers) May 7, 2015
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— Burnham Weekly News (@BHWeeklyNews) May 7, 2015
These polling containers are very ‘efficient’ with space.
— Ian Clark (@icpav) May 7, 2015
Polling station? Looks more like a method of kidnapping voters, like the kiddy catcher from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang pic.twitter.com/07TphQXZSU
— Hollers (@domholroyd) May 7, 2015
— Alamy News (@AlamyNews) May 7, 2015
At least they have room for adequate facilities, unlike these imposters, who have got a little bit big for their boots.
— John Chisholm (@DrJohnChisholm) May 7, 2015
Are you SURE you're a polling station? pic.twitter.com/3GMjRZWkKL
— Bradley Tubb (@BradTubb) May 7, 2015
And a special mention to this bin, which has high hopes, and knows it’s important to dream big.
My local polling station pic.twitter.com/8j4dvRVLIH
— Karen (@Karenippy) May 7, 2015