Tory Craig Whittaker retained the Calder Valley seat with a majority of 609.

A total of six candidates contested the seat to become the next MP for Calder Valley.

Janet Battye stood for the Liberal Democrats; Josh Fenton-Glynn was the Labour candidate; Robert Holden was independent; Paul Rogan stood for UKIP; Kieran Turner was the Green candidate and Craig Whittaker was the Conservative candidate.

Calder Valley's result in the 2017 General Election
Calder Valley's result in the 2017 General Election

Voters went to the polls from 7am on Thursday with the polling stations closing at 10pm.

Results for Kirklees and Calderdale were expected to be announced from 4am.

By the time the result is known in Calder Valley the overall outcome of the election may already have been decided.

This widget allows you to keep up-to-date with how the result is developing.

Election Results Live

326 needed for majority
Conservatives Theresa May
318
Labour Jeremy Corbyn
262
snp Nicola Sturgeon
35
Lib Dems Tim Farron
12
DUP
10
Sinn Fein
7
Plaid Cymru
4
Green
1
UKIP
0
UUP
0
Other
1
Undeclared
0

Once the result for Calder Valley has been declared we will be updating this article.

But you can stay in touch with all the national and local results on our live blog.

General election 2017: Live coverage as Huddersfield and Kirklees head to the polls