Macclesfield members of the National Farmers Union met with their Member of Parliament, David Rutley, last Friday to discuss some of the issues that are affecting the industry on both a local and national basis.
Members of Macclesfield based charity, Speaking Up, Speaking Out (SUSO)’s “Parachute” drop in group, had a day out to remember, as they visited the Houses of Parliament, following an invitation from local Member of Parliament, David Rutley.
The Mayor of Macclesfield, Councillor Janet Jackson, hosted the seventh annual Prayer Breakfast in the Assembly Room of Macclesfield Town Hall on Friday 27th February organised by Hope in North East Cheshire. This was attended by local MP David Rutley and some eighty representatives of Christian organisations and their guests.
Local MP, David Rutley, has organised a public meeting on Thursday 26th March to enable local traders and local residents to find out more about future options for Macclesfield town centre, following Debenham’s decision not to go ahead with the Silk Street development.
David Rutley MP visited Puss Bank School to open its new Nursery extension this week. Puss Bank Nursery has extended its facilities to welcome two year old children for the first time. David toured the nursery facilities with Nursery Manager Lucy Bradley, Headteacher Kathy Nichol, parents and school governors. He also helped the children make a banner to decorate the new area.
A successful local scheme which offers support to older people who want to live independently, Live At Home, is looking for more volunteers to assist with their services, with the local Member of Parliament, David Rutley, adding his support for the project.
Local MP, David Rutley, says that it is time to redouble efforts to regenerate Macclesfield town centre following Debenham’s decision to not go ahead with the Silk Street scheme and Cheshire East Council’s announcement that it is reviewing its position with developers Wilson Bowden.
The Life Science Minister, George Freeman MP, made his first visit to Macclesfield on Thursday 26th February to give his support to plans to boost the life sciences and pharmaceutical sector in the area. The Minister came to the town at the invitation of local MP, David Rutley.