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Local MP Quizzed at SUSO "Question Time"

Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley, took part in a lively “Question Time” event with “Dropper Inners” from Speaking Up, Speaking Out (SUSO) Parachute in Macclesfield.

MP Says Pick up the Pace on Town Centre Regeneration

Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, is calling on Cheshire East Council to put a clear focus on picking up the pace on regenerating Macclesfield town centre and making much needed improvements for local residents.

Older People's Day Celebrated by Local MP

Macclesfield Member of Parliament, David Rutley, joined in the celebrations for Older People’s Day, at Poynton Civic Hall, where Poynton Town Council held a showcase of services for older people, with more than 250 in attendance.

Local MP All Smiles at Dental Playbox Visit

Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley, had a toothbrush at the ready on Thursday morning, as he gave his support to the Dental Playbox Project at Broken Cross Primary Academy.

English Votes for English Laws

The independence referendum was a truly historic event not just for the people of Scotland, but for all of us in the United Kingdom.

Local Stroke Survivor Congratulated by MP

Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley, visited the Stroke Association’s Stroke Café at Wykeham Chase on Tuesday 16 September, to meet the charity’s Life After Stroke Awards winner, Pieter Egriega.

MP Wowed by RSPB Wildlife Event

Macclesfield MP David Rutley had binoculars at the ready on Sunday, as he supported the “Macclesfield RSPB Wildlife and Outdoor World Extravaganza”. The “WOW” event was organised by the RSPB’s local group in Macclesfield.

Macclesfield MP Celebrates Town Heritage

Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley, took the opportunity on Saturday to help promote the town’s rich heritage, as he took part in Macclesfield’s Heritage Open Days.

MP Sets Out Benefits of Strategy for Outdoor Activities

Member of Parliament for Macclesfield, David Rutley has urged the Sports Minister to establish a national strategy for outdoor activities, such as walking, cycling and climbing, during a Parliamentary debate.