MP Joins National Trust In Call To Respect The Countryside

Local MP, David Rutley, has joined the National Trust’s Lead Ranger at Lyme Park, Chris Dunkerley in calling for visitors to respect the countryside by taking home their litter, not taking BBQs out with them and avoiding lighting fires.

It's Time To Back Our Local Businesses

Let’s give local businesses all our support as we move to the next phase in easing lockdown restrictions - particularly those in the retail and hospitality sectors, as many are small and medium-sized enterprises.

My Macclesfield Express Article On Easing Lockdown Measures

We have now moved to the next phase in easing lockdown measures, thanks to the vast majority of people following public health rules. Non-essential shops have been able to open from Monday 15th June, with pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants opening no earlier than 4th July.

Coronavirus At Top Of Agenda For MP’s Meeting With New Peaks & Plains Chair

At a specially arranged meeting, local MP David Rutley, spoke with Ms Jane McCall, the new Chair of Peaks & Plains Housing Trust as well as Mr Mark Howden, Interim Chief Executive, to discuss the important work that the Trust is doing to support its residents during the COVID-19 Pandemic.  

Dog Owners Urged To Be Aware Of Sheep Worrying

Dog owners are being urged by Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, to enjoy the countryside responsibly and keep their dogs on a lead to avoid sheep worrying when near livestock during the Spring season.

Chamber Of Commerce Holds Q&A Webinar With MP

Local MP, David Rutley, recently participated in a Question & Answer Webinar with members of North Cheshire Chamber of Commerce. The event provided an opportunity for local businesses to raise questions and issues about the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy.