£250,000 in LIBOR fines to benefit local trust

Great news about funding for Hydrotheraphy Pool at the Seashell Trust

I am delighted with the news that the Seashell Trust has been awarded a massive cash boost of £250,000 to assist with the cost of a hydrotherapy pool.

Neighbourhood Planning Bill: Protect the Green Belt

Mary Robinson took part in the debate on the Neighbourhood Planning Bill, speaking in defence of the green belt and stressing the importance of listening to local groups and neighbourhood plans.

Carol Concert

 I attended an enjoyable Christmas Carol Concert with the Salvation Army Brass Band at All Hallows, Councillor Lane, Cheadle.

Christmas Post in Bramhall

It was an early start today as I met staff at Royal Mail’s Bramhall Delivery Office. It was great to meet Ursula, Matt and their fantastic team delivering Christmas post.

Victorian Coffee Morning

I had a lovely time catching up with Revd Louise Gough and parishioners at the Victorian themed coffee morning at Trinity Church, Cheadle.

Good news for the North

As the Chancellor delivered his first Autumn Statement since the Brexit vote, he set out his plans to put ordinary working families first, increase the National Living Wage, build more homes that local people can afford, end tenants’ fees and continue the fuel duty freeze for the seventh successi

Billy's Lane Allotments

I visited Billy’s Lane Allotments today, where it was great to chat to allotment holders about the vines and cider apple trees they have growing in Cheadle Hulme.

Afternoon tea at The Alexandra

I recently had the pleasure of joining the staff and patients of The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle at an afternoon tea party to celebrate its 35th birthday, a significant milestone in the hospital’s history.

Remembrance Day

Today, I joined the pupils, staff and alumni of Stockport Grammar School in observing two minutes silence in remembrance of those who made the ultimate sacrifice so that we can enjoy the many freedoms we take for granted today.