David Rutley and Poynton’s Conservative Councillors have continued to build on their track record of taking action for local residents in Poynton. They now seek your support in taking forward this important work for the village in the years ahead.
Over 250 local residents attended a packed public meeting on the future of Macclesfield’s town centre in St Michael’s Church on Thursday evening. The meeting was organised by local MP, David Rutley, following the recent decision by Debenhams to pull out of the Silk Street development and Cheshire East Council’s move to review its position with the developers Wilson Bowden.
David Rutley, MP for Macclesfield, joined members of the Bollington Initiative Trust (BIT), to cut the ribbon at Turner’s Lodge on Ingersley Road, declaring Simplicity Granite open for business at its new home.
Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley, recently visited local charity Reach Out And Recover (ROAR), to learn more about the work they do in Macclesfield to support people who face addiction issues and homelessness.
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.
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