MP Supports "Walk A Mile" for Dementia Awareness

David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, attended the second ‘Walk A Mile In My Shoes’ event in Tytherington on 18th June, to help raise awareness of the issues faced by Alzheimer’s and dementia sufferers and carers, and to highlight the need to make Macclesfield more “Dementia Friendly”.

Thank you

I would like to thank all those who supported my re-election to Parliament. It continues to be a great honour to serve the people of Macclesfield and to campaign for our local communities.

Working To Boost Local Economy

Macclesfield has seen positive economic growth since 2010, with unemployment falling by 45 per cent. Recent investments of around £200 million made by AstraZeneca in its Macclesfield site – the largest pharmaceuticals plant in the UK -  have been positive news.

Priorities For Poynton

Poynton Relief Road

Delivering the planned Poynton Relief Road is a clear priority for David and local Conservative Poynton councillors, as they work to tackle traffic congestion in the village.

Revitalising Macclesfield Town Centre

Regenerating Macclesfield town centre continues to be a top priority for David. That’s why he has worked closely with Cheshire East Council to ensure that the planned £20 million new multi-screen cinema and leisure-led scheme is delivered in 2018.

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.