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Are these the most unusual places to vote in Cornwall?

Cornwall hosts 442 polling stations and on 12 December, there'll be more than 1,500 members of staff ensuring that everything runs smoothly.

Most people will find themselves casting their votes in village halls or schools, but a few will be marking their ballots in some pretty unusual locations.

Here are some of Cornwall’s most unique polling stations:

Caerhays Castle

The castle dates from 1370 and is set in 100 acre-grounds. Credit: Caerhays Estate

Truro Cathedral

Truro Cathedral, a fire station, a listed castle and a kayak shop will be among the unique venues used in the December 12 General Election. Credit: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live

Paradise Park

One of the animals who will NOT be voting at Paradise Park. Credit: Paradise Park

Polzeath Marine Wildlife area

In the centre of Polzeath is Polzeath Marine Centre, which will be turned into a polling station on December 12. Credit: Google Earth

Tolvaddon Fire Station

A meeting room at Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service’s headquarters in Camborne will double up as a polling station. Credit: Tolvadden Community Fire Station

Portable cabin, Wheal Martyn Museum

Wheal Martyn is home to the UK’s only china clay mining museum. Credit: Google Earth

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