Ribble Valley General Election 2024 full result

View down Berry Lane in Longridge, which is a market town and civil parish in the borough of Ribble Valley
-Credit: (Image: James Maloney/Lancs Live)

Ribble Valley went to the polls today to cast their vote to decide who their next MP will be. Six candidates stood for election with parties represented including Labour, Conservative and Unionist Party, Liberal Democrats, Green Party, Reform UK, as well as an independent candidate.

Polling stations opened at 7am across the area, which includes wards such as Clayton-le-Dale and Salesbury, Gisburn and Rimington, Hurst Green and Whitewell, Mellor, Ribchester, Waddington, Bowland, Alston and Hothersall. Thousands of people across Ribble Valley and Lancashire have voted to help decide if the Conservative Party can remain on top or if Sir Keir Starmer will enter Downing Street as the UK's new Prime Minister.

Prior to the election, Nigel Evans had been MP for Ribble Valley since 1992. There are more than a dozen seats up for grabs in Lancashire, including some where boundaries have been re-drawn. We'll be bringing you all the latest results across the county and beyond as they are declared.

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Below we have an interactive widget which will show you all the candidates that stood and we'll have the exact number of votes and full results as soon as they are declared.

Candidates and result

Below are the candidates. Once the polling stations close at 10pm, the votes will be counted for each seat and the results will also appear below.