Did you realize that some of the area’s pubs will be used as polling stations?
This week 1000’s of voters will flock to polling stations throughout the area to cast ballots for native council, mayoral and PCC elections.
And dozens of the North East’s pubs have been drafted in to assist quench the native thirst for democracy.
In locations the place there is a lack of civic buildings, many companies choose to let councils arrange polling cubicles on their premises fairly than the native authority having to erect short-term buildings.
North East pubs and social clubs aren’t any exception to this.
You can solely vote on the polling station printed on the again of your ballot card – if doubtful examine your council’s web site.
With that stated, here’s a listing of some the North East’s pub polling stations.
Windsor Public House, Kingston Park
The Vallum Public House, Lemington
Crawcrook Social Club, Crawcrook
Sunniside Social Club, Sunniside
The Coachman Public House, Whickham
A1 Allerdine Social Club, Allerdine Estate
The Alexandra Public House, Queen Alexandra Road
Cleadon and District Working Mens Club, Lounge Bar, South Shields
The Lake Public House, South Shields
The Bush Inn, Wallsend
New Kyo Constitutional Club, Stanley
The Pollards Inn, Bishop Aukland
Hesleden Working Men’s Club, Hesleden
Prince of Wales Inn, Dipton
Chilton Catholic Club, Sacred Heart Community Cenre, Chilton
Queen’s Head Inn, Newfield
Ferryhill Catholic Club, Ferryhill
Royal British Legion Club, Ferryhill
New Hesledon Social Club, Murton
The Wheatsheaf Inn, Chester le Street
The Cherry Tree Pub, Urpeth Grange
Fishburn and District Working Mens Club, Fishburn
The Radcliffe Club, Amble
Netherton Social Club, Bedlington
The Gun Inn, Ridsdale
Ovington Social Club, Ovington
The Anchor Inn, Whittonstall
Mickley and District Social Club, Stocksfield