Ainsley delighted to return
NEW councillor for Tytherington Ainsley Arnold has said he is ‘honoured’ to have been elected again.
Coun Arnold, who lives on Cumberland Street, has been a resident in the area with his family for more than 38 years and represented residents as a councillor on both Macclesfield Borough Council and Cheshire East Council for 15 years from 1996 to 2011.
He has worked with numerous local organisations over his many years of public service. He is a member of the executive of the Community Transport / Dial A Ride organisation, a director of Macclesfield Silk Museum and a former long-standing governor of Bollinbrook School.
He was also vice chairman of Cheshire Police Authority after joining in 2009.
For his various services to the community, Coun Arnold was made an Honorary Alderman of Cheshire East in 2011 and is currently a governor at the Fallibroome Academy.
He said: “I am honoured to have been elected to represent the Tytherington Ward. “Before the last boundary changes I represented a large area of this ward for 15 years, and I look forward to once again working hard for local residents to ensure our area is improved for all.”
Also elected for Tytherington was Coun Sam Gardner.
●● Macclesfield MP David Rutley with Coun Ainsley Arnold