BBC Rewind: Voting in castles and caravans
While the three main party leaders cast their votes amid plenty of press attention in the general election of 2010, voters across the country visited a variety of venues to make their selection. Among 42,000 polling stations across the UK were such notable locations as Caerhays Castle in Cornwall, the Woolpack pub in Gloucestershire, a hairdressers in South Wales and a caravan in Nottinghamshire.
Clip taken from BBC News, first broadcast 6 May 2010
17 Nov 2014
- From the section UK Politics