A great-grandfather is taking on a static bike challenge at the Rising Sun pub in Hazel Grove to raise money
Conservative William Wragg has won his third overall General Election after beating off a relatively close challenge from the Liberal Democrats to secure another five years in parliament.
Conservative William Wragg marginally won the swing seat in 2017 with a 12% majority. Wragg secured 45.4% of the votes, earning 5,514 more votes than the closest candidate Liberal Democrats’ Lisa Smart with 14,533 votes (32.9%).
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Stockport, Hazel Grove and Cheadle all held steady, as around the nation results were sending shockwaves across the country.
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A Hazel Grove mother-of-two has gone from washing pots to ‘baking’ an empire.
Hazel Grove’s newly elected Tory MP William Wragg has revealed improving transport in the area is his ‘first priority’ after describing the victory as his ‘highest honour’.
Passengers passing through Piccadilly Station this morning will be among the first in the country to see the NUS campaign targeting the parliamentary candidates who broke their tuition fee pledge back in 2010.