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My Re-election Campaign: General Election 2019

This is a vital election. It's time to move forward, put the current uncertainty behind us, so we can put the focus on priorities that matter to us all. I am now seeking your support to continue this important work for Macclesfield and our local communities in the next Parliament.

Local Priorities For Poynton

Tackling traffic congestion in Poynton is a clear priority. That’s why I have been campaigning with local Cheshire East Councillor’s for a relief road for many years. Positive progress is being made and we are pressing for work to commence next year.

Revitalising Macclesfield Town Centre

The opening of the new food hall in the Picturedrome building demonstrates the real potential in Macclesfield town centre. It’s time to more fully realise our town’s great potential as a more distinctive destination for both residents and visitors alike.

My Re-election Campaign: General Election 2019

Since first being elected in 2010, I have worked hard for local residents and our communities both locally and in Parliament. With your support, I will be able to continue to deliver on the priorities we share including investing more in our health services, schools and the police.

Cutting Carbon Emissions Is Top Priority For NFU

Taking action to reduce carbon emissions was at the top of the agenda when Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, met with local representatives from the National Farmers' Union, to discuss its new report, 'Achieving Net Zero: Farming's 2040 Goal'.

Local Deepavali Celebration Enjoyed By All

Macclesfield Tamil Association organised a warm and memorable evening to celebrate Deepavali, the ‘festival of lights’, and local MP, David Rutley, was invited to join the festivities.

Just Drop-In Celebrates Another Year Of Success

Much-valued local charity, Just Drop-In, which works to support local young people through advice and counselling, celebrated another successful year at its recent Annual General Meeting, and was joined for the occasion by local MP, David Rutley, as well as other civic guests.