|1||Cory||Major Arthur Kenny||14||197|
|2||Sun Life||Christopher Aidey||4||196|
|3||Leyland Vehicles||Richard Evans||1||195|
|4||Fairey Engineering||Roy Newsome||13||194|
|5||Brighouse & Rastrick||James Watson||12||193|
|6||Black Dyke Mills||Major Peter Parkes||2||192|
|7||Desford Colliery Dowty||Howard Snell||16||191|
|9||Kirklintilloch Silver||Walter Hargreaves||18||189|
|10||Grimethorpe Colliery||Geoffrey Brand||6||188|
|11||Ever Ready||Roger Payne||9||186|
|12||Parc & Dare||Ray Farr||5||185|
|13||Camborne Town||Derek Greenwood||7||184|
|14||Halls Oxford Concert Brass||Adrian Leaper||3||183|
|16||North Skelton||Robert Wiffin||10||178|
|17||Bo'ness & Carriden||David James||15||176|
|18||Lewis Merthyr (Cardiff Lift Co.)||Denzil Stephens||8||174|
This was the Cory Band's hat trick of wins at the contest and they were barred from the 1985 contest. The runners up automatically qualified for the contest.
The winning band received the National Plaque.
The winning conductor received a presentation score of the test piece.
The winning band undertook a "lap of honour" performance of the test piece.
The event was sponsored by the National Westminster Bank.