Lynn Saunders can pull the pints, but she's never been allowed to become a full member of Britain's oldest working men's club in Telford.
Tonight, the final pints will be pulled at the Grade II listed building in Madeley after it was forced to close over funding.
Women have not been allowed to become full members of the Anstice Memorial Institute since it opened 146 years ago.
Britain's oldest working men's club in Telford is closing down tonight.
The Anstice Memorial Institute in Madeley opened in 1868. It has been run by members ever since, but women have never been allowed to become full members.
In 2010, club members were told they needed to raise thousands of pounds for repair work on their grade II listed building but they were unable to get funding due to archaic rules on membership.
Tonight, the final pints will be pulled in the club which has four bars, a snooker room, pool room and ball room.