Polling stations across North Devon and Torridge will be open from 7am to 10pm.

North Devon and Torridge will vote with the rest of the country on the UK’s EU membership tomorrow (Thursday), after months of debate and speculation.

Voters will be asked ‘Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union.’

Polling stations will open at 7am and close at 10pm.

After voting closes, votes will be counted into the night in North Devon and Torridge.

The North Devon count takes place at the leisure centre in Barnstaple, with a local result expected at 3am.

The Torridge vote count will be at Langree Parish Hall, with a local result between 4-6am.

The national result will be delivered after 7am on Friday morning.

Undecided about which way to vote? We asked former North Devon MP Sir Nick Harvey and UKIP Chairman Steve Crowther 10 key questions about the EU.

You can read Sir Nick Harvey’s case for remain here, and you can read Steve Crowther’s case for leaving here.

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