Thirteen pubs from across England and Wales – including the 2017 John Smith's Great British Pub of the Year winner, the Eagle & Child in Ramsbottom – are in with a chance of scooping the 2018 pub category award, with the winner to be announced on 4 October after deliberation by a panel of judges.
Last year's pub category award was won by No197 Chiswick Fire Station, in Chiswick, London.
The pubs in the running for this year's award are:
The Butcher's Tap in Marlow, Buckinghamshire - designed by Tibbatts Abel
The Chain Locker in Falmouth, Cornwall - designed by Design Management Partnership
The Coach in Beaumaris, Anglesey, north Wales - designed by Turnerbates Design & Architecture
The Eagle & Child in Ramsbottom, Greater Manchester - designed by IMD & Associates
Mc & Sons in Borough, London - designed by Ryan Mc Elhinney
No.29 Power Station West in Battersea, London - designed by Box 9 Design
Pier Five in Chatham, Kent - designed by Architecture Design
The Black Horse in Thame, Oxfordshire - designed by Inhouse Design
The Boars Head in Nantwich, Cheshire - designed by IMD & Associates
The George Hotel in Brecon, Powys, central Wales - designed by Harrison Ince
The Litton in Radstock, Somerset - designed by Simple Simon Design
The Methuen Arms in Corsham, Wiltshire - designed by Concorde BGW
The Oxford Blue, Old Windsor, Berkshire - designed by Fettle Design
View The Morning Advertiser's image gallery for a look at this year's entrants.