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Regenerating Town Centre Update

Regenerating Macclesfield town centre will undoubtedly continue to be a significant priority for our community so I will do my very best to keep you regularly updated.

Local MP Visits Fire Safety Centre

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service's new safety education centre in Lymm is up and running and already making an impact in helping people to stay safe at home and in their local communities, as Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, saw for himself on a recent visit.

MP Supports 'Love Our Colleges' Week

As part of ‘Love Our Colleges Week’, a national campaign linking-up college staff, students and supporters to promote colleges, local MP, David Rutley, met with Rachel Kay, Chief Executive of Macclesfield College, to highlight the vital role the College plays in providing opportunities for local

Hospice@Home Acknowledges First Year Anniversary

East Cheshire Hospice's successful Hospice @Home initiative acknowledged its first-year anniversary recently, with Hospice staff and carers coming together to mark this impressive milestone.

Trees In Focus On MP's Visit To Goyt Valley

On a recent visit to the Goyt Valley nearby to Macclesfield, local MP, David Rutley, joined representatives from the Forestry Commission, to review the important forestry stewardship work that is ongoing in the Peak District.

Northern Powerhouse Minister Visits AstraZeneca Macclesfield

Alongside Jake Berry, the Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, and representatives from the Northern Powerhouse Partnership, local MP, David Rutley, visited AstraZeneca's Macclesfield Campus recently, to view its world-class production facilities.

Local MP Takes On Langley 7 Race

Macclesfield MP, David Rutley, is taking part in this year's Langley 7 race on 3rd November, to help raise awareness of and much-needed funds for the Rossendale Trust, which is the race’s nominated recipient charity once again.

David Rutley MP Wears It Pink Again

Ahead of Wear It Pink Day on Friday 19th October, MP for Macclesfield, David Rutley, is once again encouraging local residents to add a dash of pink to their usual attire in support of Breast Cancer Now’s ‘Wear It Pink’ fundraiser, to help raise money for vital breast cancer research.