As part of the 150th anniversary since the opening of the first Sainsbury’s shop, local MP, David Rutley, visited the Macclesfield branch, to thank colleagues there for their support for the community and learn more about its new SmartShop app.
Cheshire Constabulary continues to intensify its work tackling harmful drug-related crimes, as local MP, David Rutley, saw for himself when he joined plain clothes officers from the Pro Active Unit on the beat around Macclesfield recently.
The Summer Reading Challenge has been another great success in Macclesfield this year, with over 800 young people taking part. Local MP, David Rutley, visited Macclesfield Library, to celebrate this positive achievement and highlight the importance of libraries in our communities.
Sutton General Stores & Post Office continues to be at the heart of village life in Sutton, as local MP, David Rutley, saw for himself when he joined owners, Alan and Lisa Bolshaw, for their first ever Makers, Movers & Shakers Market recently.
Jodrell Bank continues to be a leading centre for scientific learning and research, following its recent recognition this year as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its selection as the global headquarters for the Square Kilometre Array telescope project.
Poynton-based family-owned business, Galloway Printers, which produces high-quality prints for a range of clients across the North West and beyond, continues to go from strength to strength, as local MP, David Rutley saw for himself on a recent visit to the company.
These are unprecedented times in Parliament. Whilst I voted to Remain, I respect the result of the 2016 national referendum and I continue to believe that securing a negotiated agreement on our withdrawal from the EU is a clear priority.
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