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School Funding Campaign Update

David is pleased that his campaign to improve school funding in Cheshire East has been listened to by the Prime Minister.

MP Joins Visit to Refurbished Poynton Centre

On a visit to Poynton Youth and Community Centre on 31st March, David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, joined Tom Henson, from ASDA Public Affairs, to view the Centre’s refurbished kitchen, which was funded by a £14,000 grant from the ASDA Foundation.

MP Praises Champion of Lifelong Learning

During a visit to the STEM for Britain Exhibition in Parliament, local MP, David Rutley, met Poynton resident Kevin Tree, who has demonstrated a clear personal commitment to lifelong learning throughout his career.

MP Endorses WorkTaste Scheme

During his recent visit to Macclesfield Town Football Club, local MP, David Rutley, gave his strong endorsement to the Rossendale Trust’s successful WorkTaste scheme.

MP Visits Thriving Poynton Men in Sheds Group

Poynton’s Men in Sheds group showcased their important work to local MP, David Rutley, during his recent visit to their workshop in Poynton Youth and Community Centre.

MP Put Through Paces by Born Survivor Team

Local MP, David Rutley, joined a training session at 5S Fitness in Macclesfield with the 5S Born Survivor Team, ahead of the Born Survivor obstacle race event at Capesthorne Hall on the 13th May.

MP Backs Macclesfield Disability Confident Scheme

Following a meeting with representatives from the Macclesfield Jobcentre Plus at Macclesfield Town Hall on 24th March, local MP, David Rutley, gave his active support to holding a Disability Confident event in Macclesfield in September.

Local MP Learns More About Macclesfield's Past Times

David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, met with local historian Dorothy Bentley Smith on 24th March to find out more about Past Times of Macclesfield Volume IV, her latest book on Macclesfield’s rich heritage.

MP Urges Primary Schools to Join the MOVEment

David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, has urged primary schools in Macclesfield and across Cheshire to join the Daily Mile initiative, which encourages children from nursery to Year Six, and their teachers, to run or walk a mile each day.