Trevor Hill, from Bideford, supports Brexit: “We fought two world wars to stay independent, I want this country to run this country by itself.”
Retired Ilfracombe teacher Paul Swailes is in favour to staying in: "Obviously geographically we are linked to Europe and I think it makes good economic and social sense for us to be part of that block if we are to have any meaningful say in the world."
Damian Bowles, from East-the-Water, would like to stay in the EU: “I like the fact we have free trade across the European Union.”
John Mayers said: "I think no matter what happens, we are always going to be stronger as a community." Jess Schiller said: "There are always going to be pros and cons but I feel like I need more imformation and facts about it." Picture: Andy Keeble
Matthew Howells, 32, from Northam, said: “We should leave. We will be able to regulate our own rules and cut down on bureaucracy. It’s our country; we should be able to lead it as we see fit.” Picture: Andy Keeble
Ross Moon, 61, from Braunton, said: “At the moment I’m still undecided but it would probably be better to stay in the EU because there would be much more uncertainty for us as a stand-alone country outside the EU. It’s not just an immigration problem, but also a very important economic question.” Picture: Andy Keeble
Simon Knight, 34, from Northam, said: “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” Picture: Andy Keeble
Stuart Elson, 77, from Torrington, said: “It would be silly to leave; everything would change. We wouldn’t be able to trade with the rest of Europe.” Picture: Andy Keeble