EU referendum - Bury results

On Thursday, 23 June 2016 the EU referendum was held, asking whether or not the United Kingdom should remain a member of the European Union.

Voters in Bury backed Leave in the referendum, by 54% to 46%.

The count was held at the Castle Leisure Centre, and Bury was the first authority in Greater Manchester to declare a result.

How you voted

EU Referendum - Bury counting area result
VoteVotes polled

Rejected papers: 116.
Poll: 71.43%.

Full details of the EU referendum result will be available on the Electoral Commission web site as soon as possible after the point at which all local and regional declarations have been made and the final national result has been declared by the Chief Counting Officer.

Results information will be provided at national, regional and local area levels and will include voting totals for 'Remain' and 'Leave', rejected ballots and turnout.