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MP Praises Apprenticeship Success At Macclesfield College

As part of National Apprenticeships Week, local MP, David Rutley, visited Macclesfield College, to review the positive progress it continues to make in supporting its students into apprenticeships, training and employment.

Local MP Backs Safer Internet Day

Following Safer Internet Day on 11th February, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, pledged his support for a campaign backed by more than 1,000 schools, charities, and businesses to pledge, to help make the internet a safer place for children and young people.

Gradus Goes On Making The Grade

In recognition of the important role that it continues to play in the local economy, Macclesfield-based business, Gradus PLC, was visited by local MP, David Rutley, to thank its dedicated staff and leadership team for their important work.

Hospice@Home To Go 24/7 From April

East Cheshire Hospice's highly successful Hospice @Home service is being extended to provide round-the-clock care to local patients. Local MP, David Rutley, met with the Hospice's Chief Executive, Karyn Johnston, to give his strong support to this positive development.

Local MP Supports Campaign To Close Deadly Cancer Gap

On World Cancer Day on 4th February 2020, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, met with members of the Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce (LSCT) at a specially-organised event in the House of Commons, to hear their concerns about survivability rates amongst the six deadliest cancers over the last decade

New Macclesfield Christie Cancer Centre Fundraising Moves Forward

Plans to develop the new The Christie cancer centre in Macclesfield continue at pace, and local MP, David Rutley, attended an event at Macclesfield's Arighi Bianchi, to support much-needed fundraising measures to help deliver this important facility.

Poynton Flood Management Remains Key Priority

Poynton Flood Action Group held a Flood Smart Event on Saturday 25th January, to review ongoing progress in responding to last year's serious flooding incidents, offer further support to affected residents, and work towards establishing a new action plan to help reduce future flood risk in the co

King's School Relocation Progressing Well

The King’s School in Macclesfield's relocation from its current two sites at Fence Avenue and Cumberland Street to a new, purpose-built campus close to Derby Fields, near Macclesfield, continues at pace, as local MP, David Rutley, saw for himself when he visited the new site.