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What will happen to A&E at Macclesfield Hospital?

Our local MP David Rutley is campaigning to ensure that A&E services remain open at our local hospital, following publication of a report looking into different options.

David Rutley is encouraging all residents to sign the official petition to protect A&E services.

You can quickly and easily do that do that here.

More information is available on David Rutley's website.

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