Macctastic Is Fantastic For Environment

The Macctastic Eco Network continues to lead the way locally in promoting single-use plastic reduction and improved environmental sustainability for Macclesfield, as local MP, David Rutley, heard first-hand when he met with the group, to review its ongoing work.

Positive Progress At High Peak School

Local specialist school, High Peak School, which provides day and residential placements for young people who have social, emotional and mental health difficulties and those on the autism spectrum, continues to go from strength to strength, as David Rutley MP, saw for himself on a recent visit.

National Citizen Service Up And Running In Macclesfield

The National Citizen Service (NCS) is once again running in Macclesfield this summer, and local MP, David Rutley, met with some of the motivated young people taking part in the programme, to hear more about their experiences.

Weaving Closer Silk Ties Between Macclesfield And China

The ancient Silk Road was the top of the agenda in Parliament recently, when Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, welcomed a group of Chinese representatives to the Palace of Westminster, to discuss proposals for a new monument for the western end of the Silk Road in Macclesfield.

BooBee Campaign Creates A Buzz

Alongside many local residents, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, attended a recent fundraising coffee morning in support of the BooBee campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the symptoms of breast cancer and encourage regular self-checking.

Bollington's Hill Race Raises Funds For Bridgend Centre

The annual Bollington Nostalgia Hill Race on Sunday 14th July was another great success, helping to highlight the valuable work of much loved local charity The Bridgend Centre, and local MP, David Rutley, was on hand to start the race.

Call For Evidence On Cat Microchipping To Be Launched

To highlight the importance of all cat owners ensuring that their much-loved family pets are microchipped, Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, visited the local branch of Cats Protection at Foxwood Farm Cattery, in Lower Withington, ahead of a planned call for evidence on making microchipping compulso

Sheepdog Trials Raise Funds For Local Charities

Six local charities have once again benefitted from generous donations from the Macclesfield Sheepdog Trials Association, and Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, was on hand to help present the cheques, totalling £2,400, to the nominated organisations.

70th Rose Queen Festival Blooms In Lower Withington

Lower Withington’s Rose Day was an extra special event this year, as it marked 70 years since the village’s first Rose Queen was crowned, and local MP, David Rutley, joined residents for this much-loved community tradition and crown this year’s Rose Queen.