The bus visited Nantwich, Leigh and Blackpool.
Steven Woolfe MEP commented:
"After Thursday's reception, I strongly believe that Leigh, Nantwich and Blackpool will vote to Leave, whatever the national result will be. Mass migration has failed towns in the North West, and people, young and old are starting to see through what this European Union actually is - a political union, which only benefits to coalition of the comfortable. By taking back control of 55 million pounds a day in membership costs we send to the EU, we can start to reinvest some of that money in long term to spend on local communities in the North West.
"The Leave campaign is out in force every day. We have a great local campaign in Leigh, run my volunteers and we've heard the reception to the message so far has been overwhelming positive. Leigh did not disappoint. Driving through the town centre, people were beeping there car horns and on the ground, local residents were coming over to say they are voting to the Leave the European Union."